On October 1, 1982, Sony released the first ever CD player in Japan. Seven months later, it finally arrived in the US, complete with a vast library of 16 available albums. Its price? $US1000.
Ess-een-na? Ess-eye-een-na? Ee-zee-na? I have no idea how to say it, but the Esiena iF360 looks like a fairly stylish and practical little iPod dock.
This upcoming bookshelf or nightstand CD player from Kenwood looks simple enough, but inside the company is promising surround sound quality output from just two speakers.