Out With the Old, In With the New
“The hard drives on camcorders fill up. We don’t want you to be out of luck.”
While Sony introduced a mobile speaker system called the Rolly, which turns a music player into a dancing baby boombox, Motorola, like many phone and cellphone accessory companies, was pushing to get in the wireless speaker business. Its EQ7 “wireless Hi Fi” speaker, available by early summer, is bluetooth-enabled, letting you send music from your cellphone to a booming speaker up to 100 meters away.
The recently sold and re-invented company, iriver, has full line of “ultra portable” personal media players and, predictably hot, hand-held GPS devices.