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Kingston boosts phones with eMusic microSD card

updated 02:35 pm EDT, Mon July 23, 2007

Kingston microSD eMusic

Beyond its CF cards, Kingston this afternoon has also released a special microSD bundle tailored just to music phone users. The MusiConnection pack includes both a USB reader and a 1GB card preloaded with ten MP3s from eMusic. Buyers also get a special invitation to a trial subscription that lets them download 50 more songs -- double the 25 typically given to new subscribers. A typical card stores about 160 songs at eMusic's typical 192Kbps audio quality.

The music-oriented storage pack should be available later today both through Kingston as well as and numerous online and physical cellphone stores, all of which should sell the 1GB edition for $20. eMusic subscriptions usually begin at $13 per month after the initial trial period and offer about 40 songs per month with more as an option in premium plans.

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