That’s how one Luxpro
representative described the company’s "Super shuffle" — an iPod shuffle
lookalike that popped up at CeBIT late last week much to Apple’s chagrin.
With an FM tuner, voice recorder and support for MP3, wav and wma formats, the
"Super shuffle" does
indeed seem a bit better than the original, a claim that didn’t go unnoticed
by Apple’s legal department. At Apple’s behest, Luxpro removed the player from
its display cases Friday, only to put it back on display during the weekend over
the protestations of a visibly distraught Apple product manager.
We all know how
this one ends, right?
Ex-WorldCom CEO adds "Prison Etiquette" to Amazon wish list
GMSV, Tue, Mar. 15, 2005
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