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The new Philips DVDR9000H is a "jack of all trades" as it can record your favorite shows, decode DVDs, upscale videos and has a whopping 400GB hard disk.
The wireless Osim iGoGo MP3 player allows you to get a back rub while going about your daily chores - all this with audio entertainment thrown in!
Small but packed with features, that's what the Astone Samba 1000 is all about. You'll get good audio quality, flash storage and data encryption feature.
Who says only Apple and Creative are capable of producing quality digital players? Here's the miniplayer from Meizu with enough quality to take on the big boys.
Style, functionality, and a whole lot more...that's what the new iAudio Cowon T2 is about.
Sarotech promises to play your HD videos, audio files, pictures, and text files with minimal problems with the DVP-507 abigs Multimedia Player.
Apple has unleashed the 2nd generation of its iPod nano that is aesthetically inspired by the original iPod mini. Sadly, it doesn't really offer much in the way of new.
The MG-35 is no shrimp, users can watch their favorite videos with it and use it to access files from any network with its NDAS technology.
The Sony NW-S203F is a sports oriented digital audio player with a built-in pedometer to help you count steps and measure distances.
There are many appealing stuff in the market that only have the aesthetics factor but the Panasonic HTX7 headphones is one that actually performs as well as it looks.