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XM expands portable line with Samsung Helix

Marc Perton
01.04.06
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The Pioneer-manufactured Inno isn't the only new portable that XM is rolling out at CES. XM has also recruited Samsung to produce the Helix (successor to the Nexus, we presume), which includes live XM radio, 50 hours of storage for saved radio, and XM Napster for music downloads. In other words, it's almost the same as the Inno, but made by Samsung. Oh, and Snoop Dog rocks it, so we're down, yo.

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