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Thursday, 27 September 2007 09:46

Creative launches new budget MP3 player

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Display less USB stick

Creative has launched yet another budget MP3 player and it seems like the company is trying to flood this market with affordable screenless players at throwaway prices.

The MuVo T100 looks like a rounded off version of the origitnal iPod shuffle, but it's available in a wide range of glossy colours. You have a choice between white, black, red, pink, yellow and blue.

It also comes in two sizes, 2 and 4GB, although we have to say that hitting these sizes without a display will make navigation a bit of a pain.

The MuVo T100 measures 25 x 77.5 x 8.9 mm (WxHxD) and it weighs a mere 17.8g. The built in rechargable battery is good for 10h playback and the T100 will play MP3, WMA, WAV and Audible files.

Availability is towards the end of October and expect to pay around €42 for the 2GB version and €70 for the 4GB version, plus tax of course.

You can find more information here

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