An excellent article about Zune. I especially like the idea that it will be in some way “discovering” music. I don’t know why but I find that an appealling concept.
Interesting uses of iPods here. I like the direction that this is going in.
Griffin Technology creator of all things iPod, today debuted three new products at the Apple Expo show in Paris; the iTalk Pro, the iKaraoke and the TuneCenter.
The iTalk Pro plugs into your iPod’s dock connector to double up as a recording studio be it for making podcasts or recording music.
The new accessory features two built-in microphones to sample in stereo at 44.1kHz and can accommodate a stereo 1/8″ (3.5mm) input jack for your external mic if you want. iTalk Pro will let you record in either 16-bit stereo or 8-bit mono and promises one-touch recording.
iKaraoke is a high-quality compact microphone that plugs into your iPod and at the flick of a switch, existing vocals fade into the background, leaving instruments and backing vocals intact, allowing you to step up and be the star.
iKaraoke also includes features to enhance your performance including three levels of reverb to blend vocals and accompaniment so you sound best. iKaraoke can also send the music, and your vocals, to your FM stereo wirelessly or by direct connection.
Finally the company has announced the TuneCenter, an iPod Media Center that gives the user the ability to convert their iPod into a Home Entertainment Center allowing users to watch videos, listen to your iPod music library or check out photos via your TV screen and speakers – all controllable by a simple remote.
All should be available in the UK shortly.
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Music thing: This is not the MPC-500 (but one is on the way)
Now there’s an interesting device…