The Memorex Travel Speaker offers a compact, foldable design and some handy extras, but the so-so sound quality and cheap plastic construction will likely be a turnoff for some potential buyers.
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The Memorex TouchMP is the first MP3 player we've seen that combines touch-screen technology, useful features, and an attractive design, for less than $100.
Those looking to wake up to their iPod's tunes should consider the Memorex iWake, an affordable clock-radio option with sleeker styling than its competitors. Sound quality could be better, though.
The Memorex iMove Boombox is a passable choice for kids, students, and families who want a relatively inexpensive way to turn their iPods into new-school boomboxes, but if great-sounding music is what you're after, steer clear.
The Memorex Mega TravelDrive is a novel combination of large capacity and tiny size, but it's just that: a novelty. Its slow speeds and high per-gigabyte cost (for a hard drive) make it a hard sell.
The Memorex iFlip effectively enlarges your puny iPod screen, but videophiles won't be too impressed with overall image quality.
A solid burner/rewriter for CDs and DVDs, though poor playback compatibility may cause users to wait before moving to DL technology.
This drive turned in decent recording and rewriting times and comes with a superior software bundle, but its DVD ripping performance is surprisingly dismal.