Portable Source Components
“ Ok i'll just jump straight to the point, should you buy this? Absolutely Not . Here's why; - It's a screen-less shuffle style player, obviously not intended to compete with the screened DAP market, fair enough, but if it actually shuffled properly it might be of some use. This is by far the worst implementation of a shuffle algorithm I have ever encountered. It was doing so many weird things...” --BruceBanner
“ Google Nexus 4 Quick Review Full review here http://www.head-fi.org/t/778020/google-nexus-4-review-by-mark2410 Brief: Google’s ludicrously cheap Nexus Price: £239 for 8GB or £279 for 16GB at launch Specification: See here https://store.google.com/product/nexus_4_8gb?playredirect=true Accessories: Erm a charger and USB cable....” --mark2410
THIN, LIGHT AND PORTABLE Nexus 7 is a no compromise Android tablet that’s designed to go where you go. With a stunning 7” display, powerful quad-core processor and up to 8 hours of battery life during active use, Nexus 7 was built to bring you the best of Google in a slim, portable package that fits perfectly in your hand. The DAC-100 accepts up to four digital input sources and...
It’s small and practical with decent sound quality (imagine Ipod + decent amp). It’s using class A amp circuit inside. It has voice recorder + FM radio functions. It has small screen to provide informations (it might small, but it’s easy to read for sure). 4GB internal memory with expandable Micro SD slot. FLAC support