The Nationite BQ1 portable Bluetooth speakers are out and available on the mp4nation store. Designed for loud, clear and detailed sound on the go, these ultra-portable speakers are lightweight and compact, while still packing a punch. The BQ1 uses two speakers: a large 40mm 3-watt speaker tuned to deliver clarity on vocals and detail and smooth punchy bass. This is driven by a class D audio amplifier and complimented by the bass response speaker that gives a good rumble without distortion. The Bluetooth range is 30m and there's a built-in mic for call functionality. The speakers are $24.50 and out now in red and black on the mp4nation store.
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MP4Nation's flagship audio player is now back in our store and is up for purchase! If you don't know what the Nationite S:Flo2 is then you should be ashamed of yourself. The S:Flo2 is an audio player that's powered by Rockchip's RK2806 processing chip. It also houses 2x Wolfson WM8740 DAC audio processors, an NXP (Philips) TDA1308 headphone amp and an OPA2604 operational amp. What all this mans is that the S:Flo2 has what it takes to pack a big punch in terms of sound quality. Not only is it a powerhouse player, it also supports a multitude of file formats that include MP3, WMA, APE, FLAC, AAC, OGG and more. It can also play video and supports your common video file formats. Visit www.mp4nation.net or click on the following link to check out more of the S:Flo2 8GB and 16GB, and what bund
Whilst going through our daily routine of spinning our *illustrious globe, dropping a finger on a country and scouring where we'll next go on holiday what tech sites they have, we stumbled across a Polish site - pclab.pl - that had posted a recommendation of our Nationite Nanite N2! The recommendation was on a thread summarizing different audio players, titled "Summery of the Ear". The N2's performance came as a surprise to the reviewers, and was rewarded the recommendation for its ability to sync well with the earphones they tested it with, its "very decent" BBE sound equalizer and that it has a really good "game"... although surely they meant 'name' because... come on, Nanite N2 is an awesome name. Check out the N2 recommendation as well as the full summery from the via source below -
A Big thanks to Vincenzo for posting the latest firmware upgrade for Android 2.3 Gingerbread on the Nationite MIDnite/Witstech A81H+ tablet on our MP4nation.net/forum site. The latest version is numbered 0510 (May 10) and can be downloaded from either of the following links: Witstech website Vplace.tk You can find the guide on how to re-flash the firmware here. via mp4nation.net/forum
Big thanks to Rowwor at MP4naiton.net/forum for posting the download to the Android 2.3 firmware update for the Nationite MIDnite C/Wits A81H+. The MIDnite C originally comes with Android 2.2 FroYo but will now have all the perks of Gingerbread. Keep in mind that the current MIDnite we have in store is the capacitive 1Ghz model with 512MB of RAM and Internal memory. Click here to download the Android 2.3 firmware (with instructions). via mp4nation.net/forum
MP4Nation forum moderator Rowwor has managed to get Netflix movies up and running on the Nationit MIDnite through a free tail version of Playon. Perhaps not as good as other devices Rowwor has tried Netlfix on (iPhone, iTouch, ect.), the MIDnite was still able to run the movie given that all other apps were not running. A brief on how Playon works - you run Playon on your computer which ultimately turns it into a server that then plays movies from different channels such as Hulu, ESPN, Comedy Central, MTV, Netflix, ect. onto your device. As you're streaming from a PC to a device, there are chances that playback can lag a bit. Although it's good to know that our MIDnite with Android is able to be used as a Netflix screen! Check out Rowwor's video of a Netflix movie (I'm guessing Charlie's
Forum member "klw" gives us his take on the NaNite N2 in a well thought out review, featuring no technical terminology for sound quality, and therefore better for those laymen like me who aren't "audiophiles". His take on the sound quality, the build quality and sizing provide important insight for the average customer. "I will be using the N2 more or less on a daily basis, overall I am very satisfied with this purchase. If anyone is in the market for a small mp3 player, the N2 would be a good choice." Read the full review here!
Click here for a guide on how to use your N2, along with visual aids - thanks to forum mod maderin1 for this! It's currently a WIP, but if you are a NaNite N2 owner, keep your eyes on this thread.
Raz does a video review of the new model of the MIDnite, one that comes with a capacitive touchscreen with multitouch and pinch-to-zoom capability, as well as a full USB port (with HOST) and 270-degree g-sensor. "The core hardware in this MIDnite is the same as the resistive touch screen version, so the overall performance (such as web page loading, performance of games and apps) will be the same on both models. The newer version will probably be liked by those that want a moire fluid touch navigation experience and those who need to use multitouch for games or apps." Available on MP4 Nation
AndroidSpin have reviewed our Nationite Rocktab - the 7-inch Rockchip RK2808, Android 1.5 tablet. Agreeing with AndroidSpin's acknowledgment of the many 'entry level' tablets that are crowding the market, we're happy to say that the RockTab has been stated to be a device worth wading through the crowd for. "There is a difference in this new low end tablet compared to many we’ve seen… It’s good!" It would seem that AndroidSpin's overview on our Rockchip tablet is that, one, it comes in great packaging (always a good thing as you don't want to receive something that falls out of a gross, damp cardboard bits-of-a-box) bar the somewhat loose accessories floating at the back of the box. Two, the RockTab has a good, solid build, and three, the software, interface, and all things to do