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Daily News Round #1 for August 24, 2005

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for August 24, 2005
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: Aug 24, 2005 10:07 am

- Creative Introduce HN-700 Headphones

In an announcement from Creative Australia today, they introduce their new HN-700 headphones with active noise cancellation abilities for uninterrupted listening in loud environments. For further info incl. pricing, grab a hold of the official PR folks.


Sydney, August 24th, 2005 -- Creative Labs Pty Ltd, a local subsidiary of Creative Technology Ltd (NASDAQ: CREAF), a worldwide leader in digital entertainment products, today announced the Creative Headphone HN-700 at a recommended retail price of AU$99.95 inc GST.

"These make great traveling headphones", said Nick Angelucci, Marketing Manager from Creative in Australia. "With the active noise cancellation, I can enjoy my music in pretty much any environment - great for that airline buzz when flying or the clatter on the train when traveling to work; even at home with distant dog barks or birds chirping out the window, you can enjoy your music without much interruption."


- Kingston Releases Enhanced DataTraveler USB Drive Product Line

Another aussie press release kicks off today, with Kingston announcing their further extended DataTraveler USB Flash drive product lineup with colour coded additions according to their storage size, along with a re-vamped outer casing design. Further details within their announcement.


AUSTRALIA, August, 2005 - Kingston Technology Company Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, has enhanced its range of popular DataTraveler USB Flash drive product line that now includes attractive cases which are colour-coded by capacity and a sleek yet practical,. exterior case re-design.


This latest Kingston DataTraveler USB storage solution enables quick and easy application-specific selection through the attractive case colour-coding.


The DataTraveler products are easily identifiable with 128MB in red colouring; 256MB in green; 512MB in blue and a 1GB capacity in grey. For quick and easy storage, the DataTraveler end cap now fits neatly on its base.


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