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portable media players

Enjoy Lossless Audio with the FiiO X3 Portable Music Player

Calling the FiiO X3 an ordinary MP3 player would be like calling B&H an ordinary camera store. Both offer so much more. FiiO began seven years ago as a headphone-amp manufacturer. To create the X3, their engineers used their wealth of technical audio expertise acquired from years of making headphone amps, and channeled it into the design of a high-quality portable audio player.

Hands-On Review: the Astel&Kern AK100 Mastering Quality Sound Portable System

The Astell&Kern AK100 Mastering Quality Sound Portable System is a portable music player capable of playing back a wide variety of audio file formats including FLAC, WAV, AIFF, AAC, MP3, ALAC and more, at rates of up to 24-bit/192 kHz.  Its Wolfson WM8740 DAC delivers stunning sound quality in an elegantly designed form with a 2.4” color touch screen. 

New from Samsung: Galaxy Tablet and Accessories

One of the more vital challengers to Apple’s iPad is the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and now the tablet is available from B&H, along with a cluster of Tab-specific accessories.

Toshiba’s No-Nonsense 'Thrive' Tablets

Once the leading maker of laptop computers, Toshiba hopes to thrive again with the aptly named Thrive Tablet. The three 10.1-inch touch screen models, expected to ship in mid-July, differ only in the amount of internal storage: the TOAT105T108 with 8-gigabytes  ($429.95), TOAT105T1016 with 16GB ($479.95), and TOAT105T1032 with 32GB ($579.95).

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