The FINIS Duo Underwater MP3 Player is perfect for swimmers or just a day at the beach, and it's being offered for only $94.99 shipped, today only, originally $119.99. It utilizes a sleek, two-piece design and bone Conduction audio transmission to deliver crystal clear audio through cheekbones to the inner ear. An integrated clip design secures the Duo to goggle straps to rest on the cheekbones for a comfortable and streamlined fit. Product page. Continue reading for another action video and more information.
Buying the CD version of "Awesome Mix: Vol. 1" just isn't enough for some fans, so why not make your own version that doubles as an MP3 player? That's exactly what Instructables user "BrittLiv" did, and the resulting device is something worthy to be placed in Marvel's next installment. On a related note, did you know that the soundtrack album reached number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, becoming the first soundtrack album in history consisting entirely of previously released songs to top the chart? Continue reading for more pictures and a link to the actual instructions page.
File this under: funny MP3 players. Called "Plug and Player", it looks like a power plug, can be plugged directly into a power socket, but is a fully-functional MP3 player. Click here for more pictures.
With the iPods and Zunes dominating the MP3 player market, it's a nice and refreshing change to see what other funny devices have been released in the past 5 years. Click here to see them all. Continue reading to see NES and SNES controllers turned MP3 players.
When unfolded, it may look like a normal MP3 player, but to play/change tracks on the PLAY, you'll have to fold and slide its two halves. No word yet on if this concept will go into production. Continue reading for one more picture.
This new mp3 player concept lets you play with its shape in order to come up with the icons that you need in order to control your music.
Slightly larger than 2 sugar cubes, this tiny MP3 player from Japan -- available now from ThinkGeek -- "somehow is crammed 4GB of memory and a rechargeable battery." That's not all, it features full stereo sound and USB connectivity. Click here for first picture in gallery.
Loading music is incredibly easy. Simply plug the Micro Sport into the USB port of your computer. It mounts like a USB thumb drive, and you simply copy over any MP3 files you want to play.
That's right, this ListenUp MP3 player on eBay from 1997 is claimed to be the first true MP3 audio player. According to the seller, "only 25 units were produced for testing and evaluation and a few units were actually sold." Auction page. Click here for first picture in gallery.
When audiohighway.com had its public offering on NASDEQ in December, 1998, the company decided to convert audiohighway.com to a pure audio streaming destination Web site and cancelled planned production of the ListenUp Player.
Sony expands its Walkman lineup, with the S540. Available in four different colors, this player features a 2.4-inch display and 8GB ($110) or 16GB ($130) of storage packed into a svelte 10.2mm thick shell. Click here for first picture in gallery.
..so it's easier to slip in your pocket, and it has longer battery life, 42 hours of audio and 6.5 hours of video, according to Sony.
At first glance, it may look like a regular Wiimote, but plug in some headphones, and it's a fully-functional MP3 player. Though it may be an MP3 player stuffed inside the Wiimote, it's still a conversation piece nonetheless. Continue reading for one more picture.
It's a pretty cool idea, this notion of turning a Wii remote into a music player, but modder goteking took this to all sorts of crazy new places.