THE HISTORY OF PORTABLE MUSIC
1954 Regency TR-1 The world's first commercially produced transistor radio.
1955 Raytheon 8-TP-1
In February 1955 the second transistor radio, the 8-TP-1. was introduced by Raytheon. It was a large portable transistor radio. Including an expansive inch speaker and far additional translators.
Tokyo Tsuschin Kogyo launched its first product of its kind the TR-55 five transistors, which hold as man selling point the portability.
Stereobelt was the first portable personal stereo audio cassette player
Boomboxes were introduced commercially by various companies in late 1970’s, when stereo capabilities were added to designs of the radio-cassette recorder.
Walkman is a Sony brand tradename originally used for portable audio cassette between 1979-1999, Sony would come out with a anniversary case every five years since the walkman
1984 THE DISKMAN
Diskman was the name given to Sony’s first portable cd player. The D-50 which was first on market in 1984
Minidisc was announced by Sony in September 1992 as a magneto disc based data storage device intended for storage up to 74minutes and later 80minutes of digitalized data
The Saehan information system MPMAN which debuted in Asia in March 1998 was the first mass produced portables solid state digital audio player.
IPOD is a line of portable media player designed by apple and announced on October 23, 2001 and released November 10,2001
ALL 6TH GENERATION IPOD NANO
IPOD touch is the first media player from apple to use graphical multi touch based LCD control