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Samsung launches Napster-enabled device

Written by Jari Ketola @ 09 Oct 2003 13:31 User comments (1)

Samsung launches Napster-enabled device Samsung has announced a 20GB hard-drive digital audio player, YP-910GS, which is designed to operate with the upcoming Napster 2.0 service.
The player comes pre-loaded with songs from artists such as Liz Phair, Iggy Pop, and The Faint, in addition to which the buyer is entitled to downloading 20 free songs from the service.

In addition to playing music downloaded from Napster, the device includes a built-in FM-tuner, using which songs can be recorded on the device from the radio. Songs can also be transfered from a CD player without the use of a PC. And to complete the package, the 910GS includes a FM transmitter, using which music can be wirelessly transmitted to an FM radio or AV receiver for playback.

The Napster 2.0 service will be released by the end of the year, and it will include more than 500,000 songs.


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110.10.2003 5:36

Which was nice... This little player sounds pretty cool indeed.

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