Dell launches iPod Mini rival

Posted on Thursday, October 14 2004 @ 21:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
As expected, Dell on Thursday launched a diminutive Dell Digital Jukebox portable music player, dubbed the Pocket DJ 5, along with a new line of plasma-screen televisions, a portable photo printer and an updated Dell DJ 20 music player.

The Pocket DJ 5, which will sell for $199 and offer 5GB of storage, will compete with Apple's 4GB iPod Mini, which sells for $249. The updated 20GB Dell DJ will sell for $249, a drop of $30 from the price of Dell's existing 20GB model. Dell plans to begin shipping them in November. Its current DJ 15 and DJ 20 models are likely to be phased out.

More info at Cnet

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