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.
National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer Nizar Ibrahim is part paleontologist, part conjurer, helping us reimagine dinosaurs through his groundbreaki... More National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer Nizar Ibrahim is part paleontologist, part conjurer, helping us reimagine dinosaurs through his groundbreaking research. He has discovered several new dinosaur species and sees these ancient reptiles as a gateway to inspiring children's passion for science. Learn more about Nizar Ibrahim and his work: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2014/09/140912-emerging-explorer-nizar-ibrahim-paleontology-sahara-dinosaur-fossil/ The Explorers Project chronicles the work of National Geographic's Emerging Explorers—tomorrow's visionaries who are making discoveries, making a difference, and inspiring people to care about the planet. Learn more at http://nationalgeographic.com/emerging.
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