Listen to 1000’s of songs with the Sansa slotRadio29 January 2009 15:46:54
SanDisk Sansa slotRadio Player lets you listen to 1000 songs with nothing to download, copy or manage. Simply insert a slotRadio card and enjoy handcrafted playlists to fit your style, mood or activities.
The Sandisk Sansa slotRadio player is a small, stylish, portable music device that comes bundled with a slotRadio MicroSD card preloaded with 1,000 songs featuring artists from the Billboard charts, and professionally arranged into a variety of genre-themed playlists.
The die-cast aluminum player also features a 1.5" OLED screen for viewing artist and song information, a FM radio and even an integrated, handy belt clip for hands-free listening.
The slotRadio Cards work with any other slotRadio player and are compatible with the Sansa Fuze MP3 players. You can purchase additional 1,000 song genre-specific and themed slotRadio cards for $39.99
The Sandisk Sansa slotRadio player is priced at $99.99 and will be available early this year.
Digital music has never been this easy!
Backup Data at the Touch of a Button29 January 2009 14:18:31
No wires. No fuss. Back up your PC at the click of a button
Lugging around a USB-powered hard drive with your laptop may be the easiest thing to do, but the Sandisk Ultra Backup still commands consideration for its key premise: up to 64GB of encrypted backup storage packaged into a Flash Drive. Just like its bigger, hard-drive based cousins, the Ultra Backup features a handy backup button that does as labelled.
The best feature of the SanDisk Ultra Backup USB Flash Drive though is its onboard backup program, making archiving possible right out of the box. No more need to install software to get things going in other words.
The SanDisk Ultra Backup USB Flash Drive is expected in stores this April, it is available with up to 64GB and prices ranging from $39.99 to $199.99. No UK pricing has currently been set.
Lego Make Kid's Photography a Snap15 January 2009 08:13:10
Lego to introduce electronic products into its product range
Lego is expanding its product range by venturing into electronics. The first products to hit the shelves include a digital camera and a walkie talkie set.
Despite having the traditional building-block look, users won't be able to take apart and rebuild their new gadgets. However, with a core market of lego fans and big kids alike, expect lego electronic gadgets to become firm favourites. Could future product ranges include iPod docks, speakers or even gaming accessories?
Developed by American company Digital Blue, the digital cameras will be available in the USA by summer 2009, priced between $19.99 and $59.99. Unfortunately there is no hint at a European release date yet.