Pacemaker gets MP3J hearts a pumping

Much as we like to wave one hand in the air and clutch our left ears as we listen to our iPods, any serious attempts at MP3 DJing have until now relie

Much as we like to wave one hand in the air and clutch our left ears as we listen to our iPods, any serious attempts at MP3 DJing have until now relied on expensive, suitcase-sized apparatus or two players being wired into a dedicated deck.But now the Ibiza bound pro need pack no more than this dinky dark horse – the Tonium Pacemaker. Thankfully, not a medical device but a pocket DJ machine that makes on-the-fly mixing a possibility.By plucking two tunes at once from its 120GB hard disk it can cue, beat-match and crossfade with the best of them – not to mention it's built-in digital tweaks for stadium rig-esque effects.Just add an in-line socket and a speaker and the world is your portable club – Dancing Queen floor fillers not allowed.Check out Episode 77 of the Stuff.tv podcast for a hands-on with the coolest music gadget of the year.EssentialsTonium PacemakerPrice: £TBAOn sale: OctoberContact: PacemakerRelated stories:This Baby Grand Master is pretty flashSuper-lazy DJs get USB mixerNumark mixes iDJ sequel