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Well, it looks like those that found TrekStor's MovieStation maxi t.u. hard drive a bit too bulky for their taste now have a new option to consider in the form of the company's new MovieStation pocket c.uc, which packs many of the same media-friendly features, plus a memory card slot (SD, MMC, and

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Is this a bottle opener that also functions as a flash drive, or is this a USB stick that just so happens to double as a bottle opener? While pundits debate that one, we'll step in to tell you that this brilliant creation from the minds of TrekStor includes a solid, brushed aluminum housing, USB 2.

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TrekStor has this interesting piece of kit on display at IFA, the Wireless SoundBox. It all starts with a USB stick attached to the computer. From there, your music is streamed wirelessly at a distance up to 25-meters to up to 20 of the boxy, 2.4GHz speakers. The 4x battery (AA, presumably) speaker

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It's been a while since we've seen any new DAPs from TrekStor, but it looks like the company is set to roll into IFA with a brand new batch, including an updated vibez player, and new i.Beat organix and i.Beat nova players. From the looks of it, the vibez is identical to the version we first saw wa

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Surely not as flashy as the gilded i.Beat organix seen at last year's CeBIT, TrekStor's i.Beat blaxx still looks mighty fine in its own right. Debuting at IFA, this diminutive player weighs in at just 26-grams and features a 1.3-inch 160 x 128 resolution display, MP3 / WMA / OGG / WAV / SMV file su

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Looks like TrekStor is the latest to join the increasingly less-exclusive terabyte club, with it recently introducing its 1TB DataStation duo w.u external USB hard drive. As you might be able to tell from its size, this one actually boasts two 500GB hard drives stacked on top of each other, althoug

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We know, no one likes paying extra for those built-in backup features that you reckon are just as easily handled by your own diligence, but TrekStor's latest external hard drive boasts even more fanciness for your hard-earned buck. Aside from coming bundled with Nero's BackItUp2 Essentials, the das

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We know, no one likes paying extra for those built-in backup features that you reckon are just as easily handled by your own diligence, but TrekStor's latest external hard drive boasts even more fanciness for your hard-earned buck. Aside from coming bundled with Nero's BackItUp2 Essentials, the das

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As if you needed any more card readers and USB hubs in your life, TrekStor is busting out this new DataStation maxi t.uch hard drive at CeBIT this week, with a 9-in-1 card reader and a pair of USB ports in tow. The drive comes in 250GB and 400GB versions, and is capable of automatically backing up i

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Despite the fact that most of the \"high-resolution photographs\" of its vibez MP3 player still look like concept renderings, German manufacturer TrekStor claims that the 1-inch hard drive-based DAPs will nonetheless be in US stores by the end of the year. You probably recall from our previous write-

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Looks like Sony's not the only one getting a little P!nk-branded merchandise, with German manufacturer TrekStor (they of the $20,000 DAP) now following Sony's lead and announcing an equally \"P!nk\" i.Beat digital audio player. Available in 1GB and 2GB varieties, the player packs the usual specs for

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Usually when you see a ridiculously overpriced item on Amazon it's the result of a glitch in their system, but if you happen to come across an MP3 player with a $20,000 pricetag, you'll know that you've landed on the pre-order page for TrekStor's i.beat organix Gold edition. That's right folks, the

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It looks like it's still in concept / mockup phase right yet, but quality portable audio company TrekStor (who?) is announcing vibez at IFA. Yes, that logo, the shape of the device, that suggestive title, it's all enough to put the wrong idea into one's head; this player's all about the 20 hour batt

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Seems like everyone and his monkey has an 8GB USB flash drive these days. Still, that hasn't stopped TrekStor from claiming that their 8GB CS-D USB stick is the "world's highest capacity stick storage device." Hey TrekStor, maybe you forgot about PQI's 16GB U510 or Kanguru's 64GB KFDM fla

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