HP Adds iPod shuffle to Digital Music Player Lineup

July 1, 2005

Rounding out its lineup of digital music players, HP today added the Apple iPod shuffle from HP.
HP is offering two models: the $99.99 512 megabyte version, which holds up to 120 songs, and the $129.99 1 gigabyte version, which holds up to 240 songs.

The Apple iPod shuffle from HP, the most affordable iPod to date, allows users to experience their music a million different ways. Smaller and lighter than a pack of gum, the Apple iPod shuffle from HP comes with its own lanyard, so it's ready to wear right out of the box.

The Apple iPod shuffle from HP works seamlessly with the AutoFill feature of iTunes, which automatically selects songs from a user's music library to fill up the shuffle with just one click.

Users can conveniently charge and transfer music from their PC by plugging the Apple iPod shuffle from HP directly into a USB port. The device also doubles as a portable USB flash drive to back up personal files or exchange them between computers.

In addition to the Apple iPod shuffle from HP, HP offers:

-- 4 GB and 6 GB Apple iPod minis from HP ($199.99 and $249.99)
-- 20 GB and 60 GB Apple iPods from HP ($299.99 and $399.99)
-- 10-pack of HP Printable Tattoos for the iPod ($14.99)
-- 5-pack of HP Printable Tattoos for the iPod mini ($9.99)

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