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Daily News Round #1 for April 10, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for April 10, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Apr 10, 2005 1:16 pm

- Transcend kick off 1GB SO-DIMMS / T.sonic flash MP3 Player

A couple of new products have just been launched by Transcend, releasing both their 1GB non-stacked DDR400 SO-DIMMS for notebooks (utilizing FBGA modules); and secondly a rather tiny flash based portable MP3 player, the T.sonic 610.



Transcend Information, Inc. proudly announces its new high capacity 1GB non-stacked DDR400 with FBGA chip notebook memory modules (P/N: TS128MSD64V4A). These memory modules are specially designed for high-end notebook computers. The modules' high speed can deliver powerful performance for gaming and graphic applications users. With a 1GB capacity Transcend's all-new non-stacked DDR400 SO-DIMM modules are sure to satisfy all of its user's needs. Users can now enjoy extra power and extra performance from their notebook and all at great value for money prices.



Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), a World leader in flash memory devices, introduces its brand new MP3 player the T.sonicTM 610, which features a new streamlined design, vibrant color schemes, a Self-luminous OLED LCD panel display and a cool 4-way joy-pad. The T.sonicTM 610 MP3 player supports Hi-Speed USB2.0 connectivity with super-fast read/write speeds of 3.2/2.8MB/sec. The T.sonicTM 610 is now available and customers can choose between the 512MB and 1GB capacity models.


Transcend's T.sonic™ 610 MP3 player surpasses all other MP3 players. Adopting a striking design the great sounding T.sonicTM 610's fashionable look and feel are sure to make you the envy of all your friends. Measuring just 70x34.5x15.5mm and weighing only 28g (including a Li-ion polymer rechargeable battery), the T.sonicTM 610 is even smaller than a pack of Tic-Tacs. This multi-functional device combines a USB Flash Drive with an MP3 player, voice recorder, and an FM radio.


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