Luxpro shows of iPod shuffle lookalike

Posted on Thursday, June 02 2005 @ 16:28 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Luxpro already presented its Apple iPod shuffle lookalike at CeBIT months ago but it is still showing off its Super Shuffle MP3 player at Computex 2005.

The model looks a lot like Apple's iPod shuffle but features a 64x48 OLED display. The latest version of the Super Shuffle also features DRM (Digital Rights Management) support. It is compatible with MP3, WMA and WAV audio files. The battery lasts for 10 hours. Check out DigiTimes for a photo.

Another Apple clone from Computex 2005 is the Pandora system from AOpen, which looks a lot like the Mac mini.

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