I used to think it was just me, but I've learned this much to be true: Ladies love pink gadgets.
I don't know if it makes us feel like they were designed with a woman in mind, or if naturally we are just drawn to all things pink, but somehow, the color change from basic black to watermelon, rose and bubble gum can be enough to attract some women into making a purchase.
Case in point, this Sansa C250 digital audio player which now comes in pink and red. Was I in love with it before the color change? No. Now....I'm warming up.
It features an FM tuner and photo viewer on top of the regular MP3 player stats. It also allows voice and FM recording, as well as 20 presets on the radio. While it sounds a great deal like the Insignia MP3 player with Bluetooth, its $99 price tag can't be beat. Granted it's no video iPod, but it is only $20 more than a shuffle.