Phillips offers a low-cost way to put an Android media player in your pocket, but the poor screen quality is a deal-breaker.
Take a closer look at the Philips GoGear Connect 3, a pocket-size portable media player running Android 2.3.
CNET's Donald Bell goes hands-on with the Philips upcoming GoGear Connect Android-based portable media player, due out in September 2011.
Take a closer look at the Philips GoGear Connect, a portable media player running Google's Android 2.3 operating system.
The Philips GoGear Connect 3 is a fun idea, cut short by cheap specs and a relatively high price.
In spite of the boom in smartphone sales, there still seems to be a market for dedicated portable media players. Apple's iPod Touch is the leader, but what about some alternatives for the Android fans? CNET surveys the options.
Philips has introduced its new portable video player called the GoGear Muse, which replaces the Opus as the flagship model.
The Philips GoGear Vibe isn't the best budget MP3 player we've seen, but its enviable color screen, photo viewer, and video playback make it one of the most well-rounded in the $50 category.
Take a closer look at the Philips GoGear Vibe MP3 player.
The GoGear Aria is a useful MP3 player that makes a great match for Rhapsody subscribers. It won't turn any heads, but it won't break the bank, either.