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If you're eight, own a DAP, and sometimes wear a skirt then check it princess, Evergreen's got a set of illuminated headphones just achin' for the crankin'. The cables sport organic EL technology like that seen in your daddy's DAP display and blink along with the beat of the music. No, that 1G iPod

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Well, it only makes sense given that over the last quarter century our cleansing techniques have gone from blowing into Nintendo cartridges to CD cleaning kits, and finally now to the most modern equivalent: a set of cleaning cards for your memory card reader from EverGreen. We don't exactly know h

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Just in case you were in the market, Evergreen has this new Memory Stick DUO/PRO, SD/MMC, and Compact Flash video recorder up for grabs. The DB-MRC100 specializes in recording video for playback on your PSP or iPod via a couple of recording pre-sets but is certainly not limited to these devices. It

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Hey, if you're going to rip off somebody's product design, might as well go all the way, right? The new EG-MM35LAN from Evergreen is unabashed in its design \"inspiration,\" but things don't get much more exciting from there. There's an Ethernet plug and USB 2.0 port, and Evergreen also offers up a

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Ministry of Sound has dropped a new player to celebrate the brand turning fifteen, and it turns out you'll have to plunk down £179.99 to show your love to the prolific party host. In return, you'll get the MP055C6, which features 6GB of \"internal memory\" (flash? hard drive? who knows.), a colo

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Evergreen is back at their game of low price USB oddities again, and this time around they have produced the DN-SCM81, an inexpensive 7.1 surround USB audio device. This little guy may not have a fancy casing or even a clever name, but it sure gets the job done with its extensive array of inputs an

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With three monitors and numerous peripherals crowding our workspace, we're always searching for ways to minimize desktop clutter, so Evergreen's new multi-functional \"USB egg\" showed some initial promise at first glance. Besides the unconventionally-designed speakers, you're also getting a card rea

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Japanese Co. Evergreen is no stranger to the cheap and crap-plasticy product. Now they combine their love of the two and apparent hatred for human-kind in this $8.50 DN-2000 MP3 player targeting the ill-fated shores of Japan, and perhaps, beyond. It runs for 5-hours on a single AAA battery and supp

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