Dell-ishly iPod-like

Found this article about a new MP3 player from Dell on Daring Fireball.
In short it looks as though Dell are trying to do the whole Apple iPod thing including the music store.

Mr Gruber is unimpressed and so am I. (Mind you my experience with Dell machines are hardly pleasant. So far the only good thing I can say about this manufacturer is that they make computers in black.)

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One Comment

  1. Red Wolf

    9 October 2003 at 11.47 am

    May look like an iPod and may be intended to act like an iPod, but you just know it’s going to behave like every other crappy product Dell have ever put their name on. The only thing that could make it even dodgier would be to prefix its name with ‘Super Deluxe’ — in a quaintly misspelt manner to make it look like you’re down with the kids


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