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Old 28th September 2001, 02:00   #1
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Want a nice MP3 Player? Use the B & O Player (free)

Wow, at last I found a stylish good MP3 player that is not the usual price of Bang and olufsen products. It's for free


Check out:

http://www.beoplayer.com/


The first 5 min of use itäsworking nice with an OK interface, at least for those having B & O products.
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No Mac support

What? No version for the Macintosh?
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You got me excited for a second. I thought you were referring to a tangible portable mp3 player.

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