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Loads of Stuff From Envy News - Loads of Stuff From Envy News
Fri, May 30 2003 | 10:23AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Oh man, the boys at Envy News were busy! Well first they look at the AudiaX FM linker...

After you have your Digital Audio files transferred to your portable player, you are feeling good because you can take your favorite music wherever you go. So good in fact, that you wish you could share your digital music on your portable with everyone. But one problem is, no one wants to share your headphones. That is where a product like the AudiaX FM Linker from Digiana comes in. It has the ability to transmit your digital audio, be it from an iPod or Discman, to any FM radio.

Then they look at some Crucial MMC Flash Cards...

Face it, we are now in the 21st Century, and whether you like it or not, you have more than likely embraced some form of digital lifestyle. Chances are that one of these products - be it a digital camera, MiniDV camcorder, PocketPC or Palm PDA, or MP3 player - uses either SmartMedia, xD, CompactFlash, MMC (MultiMediaCard) or SecureDigital flash storage. One of these standards - MMC, or MultiMediaCard, was launched due to its Thin & Small appeal to OEM clients. However, best of all, MMC is quite a performer especially when compared with its younger bother; SecureDigital.

And finally they check out the X-Pider Aluminum Case.

Working with this case was loads of fun and rather easy. I felt good from the very beginning since I knew that someone had at least opened the case to make sure that it was shipped intact and that the internals worked properly. The acrylic window was spotlessly perfect and mounted without a single flaw; it met evenly on both sides, and showed no hint of bowing or improper fitting. The case itself was very light and built around a proven design that is functional, easy to work with, and attractive.

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