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Transcend Introduce New Products

| Posted: Oct 4, 2005 1:00 pm

Memory makers "Transcend" have made headlines today with supporting announcements for a couple of new additions to their extensive product range. They first introduce their portable USB 2.0 Multi-Card Reader, followed by the release of the world's highest capacity dual-voltage reduced-sized MultiMediaCard in the 512MB MMCmobile™ Memory Card. Also provided in a seperate announcement are details of the "Editors Choice Award", passed on to Transcend for the strong liking to their popular T.sonic 610 MP3 Player by russian computer magazine "Computer Press".

 


Transcend Information, Inc. is very proud to receive the " Editors Choice" award for our T.sonic™ 610 MP3 player, as presented in the August issue of "Computer Press," Russia's most popular computer magazine. Computer Press 's " Editors Choice" award is bestowed upon the best products after independent testing in the magazine's Labs. The review of the T.sonic™ 610 was very positive and the player's extra features particularly impressed the editor. Special mention was made of the T.sonic™ 610 's bright OLED display, ease of use and user-friendly file navigation, as well as the unit's customizable user equalizer setting and multi-language support for menus and artist/song titles.

 


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