The Mighty Vibe's audience is limited to Spotify Premium users, but it's an appealing little music player for those looking for an iPod Shuffle-like device to wear on the go and leave their phone at home.
Basically, the 2015 iPod got a brain transplant to keep it chugging along. Everything else about it remains unchanged making it an easy swap out for businesses that currently rely on the iPod, but a hard sell for most people.
While not for everyone, the WD TV's adroit playback of video and music files makes it the perfect living room box for people with large digital media collections.
If you hate iTunes, the SanDisk Clip Jam is the best bargain music player you can buy.
The iPod Nano is an aging music player that's hurt by its outdated reliance on iTunes and lack of subscription music compatibility.
This is a fantastic unit of its type, and a serious contender if you're in the market for a multimedia streaming speaker.
The JNC SSF-11 is based on a good overall concept but comes up lacking in the execution of most features.
The AktiMate Mini is an Australian-designed iPod dock that offers the best stereo sound we've heard in one of these systems.
If you want to hear music from all angles in a large room, the aptly named OmniVibe is an iPod speaker system worth looking into.
The Belkin TuneStudio is an excellent four-track recorder which is best when used with a Mac or PC. It includes pro-level features such as a compressor and phantom power.
With a long battery life and features traditionally found on larger, more expensive players, the NW-E50 is a packed little powerhouse of MP3 playing power.
Sony's tricked-out speaker dock lets you set the fashion tone. It's also a decent — but not great — speaker dock.
Looks and sounds lush, but the price tag is a little hard to deal with.
With only so-so sound but with interesting \"mood\" features, the i-Dog definitely falls under the classification \"toy\" rather than full-fledged music player accessory. One for the kids or those with serious iPod fetishes.
Great sound, brilliant OLED touchscreen, noise cancellation and as much YouTube as your Wi-Fi can handle. Shame about the extortionate price.
A nifty, space-saving toy for beat mixers, but it won't replace a set of decks.
The Apple iPod Shuffle (3rd generation) is not bad as a budget player, but it has too many limitations for us to recommend it.
Odd, uncomfortable headphones and a small, low-res screen are the lone detractors from this decent player.