Eindelijk concurrentie voor de Diamond Rio. Meer concurrentie => lagere prijzen ????
Laten we het hopen.
The market for digital portable music players will get some added competition next week when Creative Labs announces a new MP3 player at next week's Spring Internet World.
On Monday, Creative Labs will roll out its first MP3 player, said industry sources, joining a market currently dominated by Diamond Multimedia's Rio player.
Creative Labs' device, dubbed the Nomad when a prototype player was first unveiled last month, will hold about an hour of near-CD quality music, which is twice what Diamond's player can store, said industry sources. The device, unlike the Rio, can also record voice memos and show the title of songs on a small LCD display. It is expected to cost less than $200, sources said.
Users can download a growing supply of both itimate and pirated music titles in the MP3 (MPEG-3) digital audio format from their PCs to their hard disk drive or an expanding array of newfangled portable music players storming the market.
Hier heb ik het gevonden.