AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
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The Creative Zen Stone Plus is a tiny, minuscule player that includes all the necessary portable music functions at a reasonable price and more.
Direct plug and play USB connection based micro audio players are a dime a dozen, but SanDisk has its own spin in this race with the well-equipped and unique Sansa Express.
Bid farewell to messy video cables and cumbersome switchover between presenters with the ZyXEL WPA-1000 wireless projector adaptor.
With the Bose Companion 5, audiophiles can now hear the highs, mids and lows in extreme clarity and detail.
Creative's latest digital audio player is featherlight and really small. Like the iPod shuffle, it also lacks a display screen but touts a few advantages that easily makes it a must-have, even if you already have an MP3 player.
While there is no clear winner in the home high-definition optical storage feud yet, Toshiba has reaffirmed its direction with the release of the HD-E1, an affordable HD-DVD player for your next home entertainment revamp.
Users will love Edifier's e1100: a classy multimedia speaker system that compliments any desktop and delivers superb audio every time.
The Jabra S5010 is not only able to play music from your mobile phone, but also from your MP3player, notebook, or PC.
The new Samsung YP-K3 is not only a good DAP, it also has other functions like a built-in FM tuner to give users the total audio package.
With the technology from Etymotic Research, the harman/kardon EP710 gives users superb audio quality and noise isolation in inconspicuous package.