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| Posted: Jun 27, 2005 12:39 pm

- TwinMOS launches "Sushi" series MP3 Player

There's a new family of MP3 players out and about from TwinMOS, dubbed the "Sushi" MMD101 MP3 player series. It's quite a miniature unit, said to weigh only 25g with dimensions of 53 x 28 x 20 mm. Capacity wise, the flash based player will allow you to choose 128, 256 or 512MB models. A variety of colours allow you some cosmetic preference as well. Further info within the supporting PR.

 

y27 June, 2005, TaipeizTwinMOS Technologies announces this summer the latest gSushih MMD101 MP3 Player. As the smallest of its kind, the MMD101 is only 25g in weight and 53 x 28 x 20 mm in dimensions. Looking like a piece of gnigirih, it is light-weight, handy and easy-to-operate for everybody, even students under 10 year old.

 

The MMD101 attracts people at once from the first sight. The easy-to-control 6 buttons on the Sushi, such as the Power, FF, REW, Volume buttons etc, allow users operate the MMD101 without reading the manual. It is believed that the MMD101 will become the favorite of young students. Besides, it supports MP3, WMA and WAV music files and is equipped with 5 EQ options, including Jazz, Classical, Pop, Rock and Normal. As it supports USB2.0 high-speed data transfer, it is also an ideal option for mobile digital storage.

 


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