Colorfly Pocket HiFi
Instead of: iPod Touch 32GB
Get this: Colorfly
The iPod may dominate the portable music player market, but that doesn't mean it's the best. That honour arguably goes to the (much more expensive) Colorfly, a gadget designed to make audiophiles weep with joy. Its retro-styled black walnut case hides some very nifty tech, including the ability to play 24 bit/192 KHz WAV, FLAC and APE files (in other words, it provides super high-quality sound). The dynamic range reaches the dizzy heights of 120 dB, and there are also gold-plated headphone sockets - one for a 3.5mm jack, and one for a chunky quarter-inch version.
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