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| Posted: Jun 14, 2005 10:57 am

- GeIL - Post Computex2005

GeIL have forwarded on a press release detailing their success at this year's now finished Computex event. A wide variety of new products were showcased at their eye-catching booth such as the complete DAViD series of multimedia products along with various new memory modules and other gadgets, all of which you can get more detail on within GeIL's supporting PR.

 


Eye-catching bright orange saturated the GeIL booth at this year's Computex, Taipei. Creating such vibrancy, complementing the vivid spirit of all the DAViD series and many other GeIL products. With great location, GeIL's booth was centered in the central aisle of Hall 3. The first product that meets the eye is the newest member of the DAViD family: Bluetooth Sports MP3 Player (Ver. 1.2). Preventing its' sports-enthusiast users from getting tangled up with cords and cables, exercising freely while enjoying his/her favorite music with superb sound quality provided by the surround-sound. Sports-friendly features such as pedometer and weather-proof design are also implemented in the Sports MP3. It is a product with full functionality while shinning in style. The Bluetooth Sports MP3 was one of the most talked-about products at the show indeed.

 


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