So here’s how you justify a working lunch. Take your co-workers and your laptop to the local hang-out, order a tall one, then pop out your TrekStor combination USB 2.0 flash drive and bottle opener. Available in 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16GB models, the drives are made of brushed aluminum. Compatible with both Windows and Mac, prices start at €6.99 (~10.00) for 1GB up to €49.99 (~$72.00) for the 16 gig model. Look for an October debut.
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TrekStor has launched a new line of MP4 players for those on a budget. The i.Beat Move MP4 comes in 3 sizes and supports MP3, MP4, WMA, WAV, and WMA-DRM9, JPEG, and AVI files. The small one has a 3.8cm screen, the medium a 4.6cm one, and the large has a screen size of 5.1cm. There is also a built-in FM tuner and a miniSD card slot. Prices start at £24 (~$48.00) for 2GB to £59 (~$120.00) for the 8GB model.
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Trekstor has announced its new Vibez MP3 player, which will be out this November. The Vibez supports MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG and FLAC files, as well as WMA DRM (Digital Rights Management) 9 and 10 formats. It is available with 8-15 GB storage (that’s 300 CD’s or 4200 songs) and can also be upgraded by the use of an optional FM tuner card.
At a size of 105x50x18 mm, Vibez carries an MSRP of EUR 199 (~$254) for 8 GB or EUR 229.00 (~$293) for 15 GB and utilizes a Lithium ion rechargeable battery for up to 20 hours of non-stop Bjork.
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