Discman


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Discman

(ˈdɪskmən)
n
(Electronics) trademark a small portable CD player with light headphones
Translations

Discman®

nDiscman® m, → tragbarer CD-Player
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Eventually, Ish breaks out the old Coby discman for the lastditch taste test.
But after a couple of hard swats, he paused the Discman and retaliated.
Gecht entertained the audience with a pointed look at his "Window of Opportunity Principle," demonstrating how that window-moves constantly One example is in the music industry: The window moved from the phonograph to the Sony Walkman, then to the Discman and eventually to the iPod and other mp3 players.
From the original tape Walkman to the CD-toting Discman, where the Japanese firm led, everyone else pretty much followed.
Sony changed the way people listen to music with their Walkman and Discman portable music players, but allowed Apple to take over the MP3 market with the iPod and iTunes; Microsoft made a computer in every home a reality but has ceded the search market to Google; Xerox photocopiers reconfigured the business environment but the company hasn't been able to keep Canon from dominating the small, home-copier market.
From Nintendo Gameboy's to the oh-so-cool Discman of yesteryear, Time picks the 100 greatest and most influential gadgets from 1923 to the present.
Dado que esta posesion personalizada, cuando se trata de aparatos portatiles (moviles, discman, iPod), permite trasladar los signos de distincion a las interacciones publicas o entre amigos, el equipamiento individual se vuelve un recurso de acceso personalizado a la informacion y el entretenimiento, y un marcador de clase que cada uno lleva consigo a multiples escenarios.
With technology upgrading day by day, majority of the parents, who have seen innovations like Sony Walkman, Discman, mini-disc players and now digital mp3 tracks, are confused and have to rely on children to download music for them.
Then I got it up to the register, came to my senses, and bought a thirty dollar discman instead.
Most of the items on the ornaments were basics, such as hooded sweat shirts and shoes, with a few teenage essentials - a Discman or a DVD.
Sexton's persistent courting of strange adjacencies was also on show in The Michael Stickrod Experience, 2005, a bewildering conglomeration whose materials ran to steel, glass, wood, aluminum, foam, leather, tequila, car doors, and paint, not to mention a "custom Michael Stickrod Experience T-shirt," a Discman playing Hall and Oates's "Private Eyes," and a masseuse.
I then moved up to the Discman where you had to carry round bag full of CDs.