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Creative Labs' Pure Music On-The-Go Launch Coverage Down Under (Page 1)

TweakTown has just attended the Australian launch of Creative Labs latest line of wireless integrated speaker solutions and we have some highlights inside!
James Vozar | Jul 15, 2010 at 03:04 am CDT - 0 mins, 34 secs reading time for this page
Manufacturer: Creative Labs

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Introduction

On Tuesday the 13th of July, TweakTown made the journey north from Melbourne up to Sydney, Australia. Our destination was the Hilton hotel for the launch of Creative Labs' very latest line of wireless Bluetooth enabled speaker solutions.

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The event was called Pure Music On-The-Go which fairly embodies the ethos behind the new range of products on offer, come mid August.

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That ethos is to provide fidelity of the upmost quality in a world where portable and wireless is beginning to rule.

Stay with us as we run you over the highlights of the show to give you a full rundown of what Pure Music On-The-Go is all about.

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