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Adamond's XK1 flash players come pre-iced

Ryan Block, @ryan
09.06.05
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Adamond XK1

We're a little underwhelmed by the whole proposition honestly, but if you've yet to ride the wave of ostentatious gadgets and don't want to plunk down $25,000 for a few pounds of gold and yellow ice, you might want to check out Adamond's take. Their XK1 runs 256MB to 1GB, but can come configured with a 0.11 to 0.5 diamond in addition to that line-in, mic, and FM radio recording. Still, though diamonds may be forever, a 1GB flash player's not going to carry you through more than a year anymore, two tops.

[Via ShinyShiny]

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