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| Posted: Jan 28, 2005 2:44 pm

- Creative Ships The ZEN MICRO to Australia

The new and highly acclaimed ZEN MICRO MP3 player from Creative is under the spotlight today with an official press release highlighting the availability of these sweet little 5GB players on Australian shores. Full details including all that the ZEN MICRO is capable of within the supporting PR here folks.


"Despite the fact that our recently launched MuVo2 FM 5GB MP3 player has been doing exceptionally well in several markets, I had always wanted to come out with a killer MP3/WMA product this year. By introducing the Zen Micro we surpass all expectations for what a next generation MP3/WMA player could be by providing all that music listeners want and everything the competition doesn't deliver, all in an ultra-cool micro-sized design," said Sim Wong Hoo, chairman and CEO of Creative Technology Ltd.


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