Dada Footwear Code M Video
Dada Footwear Code M Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'm Jasmine France, Associate Editor for CNET.com and the topic of this First Look is the ridiculous MP3 gadgets that come through my hands. We've seen the MP3 playing sunglasses. We've seen a jacket with speakers built in and now these, MP3 playing basketball shoes. Very attractive, would you say? Maybe not. Let's take a closer look. So here we have it. These are the Dada Supreme Code M shoes and they do indeed have an MP3 player built right in and actually, if you remove the inner sole, you'll see that there's an MP3 player actually within the shoe itself. Now each of the shoes has a speaker built in, which I think is supposed to allow for stereo quality audio although as you can imagine, the quality, ah not so good with the speakers built into the shoes. However, they do also come with a Blue Tooth headset so that if you wanna listen to it through the headset you can. The main controls for the shoes are actually built right into the tongue here so if you press and hold the button here you'll turn it on and a blue light will light up on the bottom and start flashing. Then you can use the controls to start playing back music. Start rocking out to your shoes. Now these don't have a whole lot of features as you might imagine. They basically only play back MP3 and that's about it. And they also only have about 124 megabytes built in. It remains to be seen how much they're gonna start charging for these. My thought is they might be kind of on the pricey side, but they haven't released pricing. However, the main concern of course with any wearable electronics is how you like the style. Now these are not my style particularly, but you know, if you're into them, they might be something that you wanna wear. Of course, I do recommend using the headphones. I'm Jasmine France and these have been the Code M MP3 shoes.
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