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The Super Shuffle, huh?

Peter Rojas
March 10, 2005
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You hear that? It's the sound of Stevie J. letting loose a thousand lawyers on the people at Luxpro who think that they're somehow not going to get the crap sued out of them over the "Super Shuffle," a flash-based MP3 player that looks so very, very familiar to us. Supposedly the Super Shuffle MX-575D/1075D has the same weight as the iPod shuffle, but is slightly larger (8.4 x 2.5 x 0.84mm for the shuffle vs. 8.5 x 2.5 x 0.97 for the Super Shuffle) and comes with a built-in FM tuner, comes in 512MB and 1GB flavors, and offers support for playback of MP3, WMA, and WAV files.

[Thanks, Bene]



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