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Not a whole lot of background on this one just yet, but judging by the list of flash-based audio players that Philips recognizes as its own, there's a few 8GB flavors of the GoGear SA3300 series that apparently weren't there too long ago. While the SA3300 lineup had members with 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB o

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August 13, 2007 at 8:41AM
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Continuing its strange obsession with unveiling products by the flocks, Philips has yet again given us numerous things to juggle at once. This time around it's a trio of iPod-friendly music / AV stations, two of which also include Bluetooth support. The $199 three-piece BTM-628 iPod speaker station

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Continuing its strange obsession with unveiling products by the flocks, Philips has yet again given us numerous things to juggle at once. This time around it's a trio of iPod-friendly music / AV stations, two of which also include Bluetooth support. The $199 three-piece BTM-628 iPod speaker station

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It's been awhile since we've seen a new Philips GoGear device 'round here. Now this, the 1GB SA6015, 2GB SA6025, and 4GB SA6045 flash-based players. All pack a 65k color, 320 x 240 pixel 2.2-inch LCD, FM tuner, voice recorder, and support for MP3, DRM'd WMA, and up to 4-hours of WMV video playback

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Just in case you didn't get your fill of tall-ass monolithic 2001-lookin' portable audio device docks, Philips has a new cop on the beat: the not-yet-announced Docking Enterainment System DCM270. Besides playing CDs and docking your GoGear (or wait -- is that a YP-K3?), it'll even play nice with yo

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