Spyker switches gears, brands its own electronics

Darren Murph
D. Murph|09.22.07

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Spyker switches gears, brands its own electronics
Spyker certainly won't go down as the first auto maker to dabble in consumer electronics, but it is making the leap in a big way. Rolling out, er, branding no fewer than three mobiles, five PMPs, and two USB flash drives, Spyker owners / fans now have lots of accessories to spend their wages on that are completely unrelated to their vehicle. Among the devices now available is a four-inch PMP with a rather antiquated design scheme, support for a slew of file formats, a 1.3-megapixel camera, FM tuner, AV input, and a promised boost of 10-horsepower (ahem) for €249 ($348). For the rest of the crew, be sure and hit the read link. [Warning: PDF read link]

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