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Dell prepping challenger to iPod mini?

updated 11:55 am EDT, Wed October 13, 2004

Dell\'s iPod mini coming?

Dell is expected to expand its line of line of consumer electronics this week, possibly taking the wraps off of a , according to CNET News.com: "While Dell continues to focus on business products such as servers, the company aims to carve out a niche in consumer electronics as well. A new Dell DJ may be afoot, as Engadget reported earlier this week that Dell will offer a diminutive music player named the Dell Pocket DJ 5 and will sell it for $199, alongside a new version of the 20GB Dell DJ 20, which will sell for $249. Right now Dell sells DJ 15 and DJ 20 models with 15GB and 20GB of storage capacity, for $199 and $279, respectively."




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  1. uhanna

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Dell Prepping challenger.

    to iPod.

    snore

  1. GORDYmac

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Meanwhile in Cupertino...

    ...Apple continues to increase its marketshare by adding value-added features to the "successful" iPod.

    Dell, stop trying to make the "Dell DJ" work. It's cheesy.

  1. mbryda

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Yawn

    For the 5 people that bought the Dull Dumb Junk this may be news. But for the rest of the world, just another POS from Dell.

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