Those guys at Creative sure are nice to let us at MightyGadget test their stuff. No honest that’s the truth. I’ve been a big fan of the company since the days when PCs were getting into our homes. Yes i was a young whipper snapper but I loved taking my PC apart and upgrading components and Creative Sound Cards were always the best and when I got my first SoundBlaster Live card way back when I loved it (in other words I have a bit of a soft spot for them). My colleague recently reviewed their ZiiSound D5 Bluetooth speakers, and boy were they good. The price tag matched them however and what Creative are obviously aiming for here is a more affordable, suitable for everyone speaker dock. Anyway enough about that, what about the Creative D200’s capabilities. Click on for more.
Update: Wow, we have been impressed with the number of entries! We have now closed the competition and picked a winner by using random.org to select a comment number. The winner is : Roisin Nuttall Argos is offering a Mighty Gadget reader the chance to win an 8GB iPod Touch, worth £149.99. Arguably, one of … Read more
Many people though that the iPod Classic may get discontinued however Apple have announced that the Classic is getting an upgrade to 160GB. According to Apple, that’s enough room for 40,000 songs. Aside from that, it’s the same deal. Same size, same shape, same software. Pricing will remain the same.
Apple have announced an update to its iPod Touch line, this includes the new 64GB model which will set you back £299. Prices of the 32GB and 8GB models have dropped in the states to $299 and $199 respectively so expect the UK to follow. Apart from that there has not been much of a … Read more
We previously blogged about how the new iPod Shuffle may have a special hardware authentication chip which is required to control the shuffle. It has now been confirmed by 3rd parties that the new shuffle earphones do require a authentication chip and Apple will require companies to pay a licence fee to be part of … Read more
It is believed that Apple is going to try and squeeze some extra money out of companies planning to produce earphones for the new iPod Shuffle. iLounge is reporting that the new iPod shuffle can only be controlled by headphones with a special hardware authentication chip. That means that third parties will have to pay … Read more
Apple has just pushed out its latest OS, version 2.2.1. This update contains bug fixes and improvements, including the following: – Improved general stability of Safari – Fixed issue where some images saved from Mail do not display correctly in the Camera Roll – Fixed issue that caused some Apple Lossless (ALAC) audio files to … Read more