DIY Player

Simply called the DIY Player, this device is quite intriguing. The concept is simple, we as humans lust for a lot of shiny gadgets and hunger for innovation. DIY Player combines our greed for Cell phones, PMPs, gaming consoles and other such gadgets into one. It comes with a base screen and has detachable modules to it. Hook up the keypad to make it a phone or swap it for the gaming controls. Awesome idea, neat renders and a whole lot of imagination going on here!

Designer: Shao Wen

DIY Player by Shao Wen

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34 Comments

  • Cloud Levi says:

    How does it stay together? Seems it would come apart too easily…right in your pocket…right into the mud.

  • igorchak says:

    An Alarm clock and a camera attachment…really…it’s 2010 not 2002. Last time I saw a camera attachment was in 2002 on a Sony Ericsson T68…Imagine if an iPhone had an mp3 player attachment…Now if it had a light saber attachment, then we are talking business!!!

  • Matt says:

    How about you just integrate all the features into one solid piece.. that way you don’t have to decide on what to attach and the probability of something breaking is lowered a factor of a hundred.

  • Maave says:

    Do this, but with mini-USB attachments instead.

  • AD says:

    Meaningless products, iphone.moto.htc … no cell phones are 100% better than this product, this thing made me feel back to the 20th century …

  • AD says:

    Meaningless products, iphone.moto.htc … any cell phones are 100% better than this product, this product is back to the 20th century …

  • D.v says:

    I think you can find all of the functions in an iphone without having to bring so many parts along.

  • YungLung Chang says:

    This kind of design has seen in the past 10-15 years, even existed product like iphone is more progress than this. I suggest you should think more about the future.

  • Marnie says:

    How do you hear a cd when you use Dual Music Player, which is the smallest CD player

  • Marnie says:

    How do you hear a cd when you use Dual Music Player, which is the smallest CD player

  • Troy says:

    That would be one dinky screen. I can't imagine trying to look at GPS on that while driving.

  • Troy says:

    That would be one dinky screen. I can't imagine trying to look at GPS on that while driving.

  • Jimmy C says:

    You people are being way too narrow. The point isn't the features, it's how the features relate to the device itself. You wouldn't want to buy an iPhone if you weren't going to put music on it. This is a simple, cheap way to choose exactly how your device operates.

  • Jimmy C says:

    You people are being way too narrow. The point isn't the features, it's how the features relate to the device itself. You wouldn't want to buy an iPhone if you weren't going to put music on it. This is a simple, cheap way to choose exactly how your device operates.

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