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While a certain group of customers have apparently fallen madly in love with Ximeta's NDAS offerings, we're not entirely sure what these two forthcoming devices will actually be called when they land this summer. Klegg Electronics has reportedly snapped up Ximeta's NetDisk brand, but regardless of

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While Klegg Electronics is typically known for its array of television sets and diminutive DAPs, these folks are now throwing down a new pair of GPS navigation systems in society's favorite color schemes. The Genesis V-12 G01 sports a trendy white / grey enclosure, 3.5-inch QVGA touchscreen LCD, a c

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Klegg seems to be kicking it up a notch from the wee LCDs it's accustomed to producing, as the 40-inch KLM-4010 is more suited for your living room than your front pocket. While it's certainly not the first LCD TV to stuff MCE functionality into its confines, this brushed aluminum beast packs quite

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Klegg seems to be kicking it up a notch from the wee LCDs it's accustomed to producing, as the 40-inch KLM-4010 is more suited for your living room than your front pocket. While it's certainly not the first LCD TV to stuff MCE functionality into its confines, this brushed aluminum beast packs quite

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Klegg just dropped a new Bluetooth 2.0 video player into the mix with their Mini V12. The V12 sounds pretty sweet on paper with listed support for MP3, WMA, MPEG-4, WMV, DivX and AVI formats, a \"bright\" 1.8-inch TFT, 20 hour battery (audio only, presumably) and Bluetooth A2DP stereo audio support fo

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Now that they've thoroughly cornered the market on spurious \"world's smallest\" color MP3 player claims, Klegg is concentrating on something quite a bit larger: HD plasma displays. Their new line comes in 42, 50, 55 and 63-inch flavors, and all four displays are framed in some snazzy aluminum. Kleg

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Ok, we have heard of the Klegg Mini MP3 player - \"world's smallest MP3\" that really isn't - but we didn't know the company made other electronics. Whoever they are, we are curious to see their new plasma line. The aluminum framed 42, 50, 55 and 63-inch sets sound kind of nice. Somehow Klegg has deve

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