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Music Player/Storage Device Holds 100GB Of Data

Digital Mind Corp.'s DMC Xclef 500 player offers voice recording, FM radio, PC and Mac compatibility, and support for six music file formats in USB mass storage device.

Digital Mind Corporation (DMC) Thursday announced the release of the DMC Xclef 500, a portable music player and file storage device with 100 gigabytes of storage.

As a music player the device claims more than 20 hours of battery life and features including direct encoding, voice recording, FM radio reception and recording, and support for digital music file formats including MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, Wave and ASF.

Because the DMC Xclef 500 is compatible with PCs and Macs without special software it can also be used as a high-capacity backup device.

"About the size of a PDA, it easily fits in the palm of your hand," said Jim Collier, president and CEO of DIgital Mind, in a statement. "We see a growing demand for ultra high capacity portable storage media and expect 100 gigabyte drives to be common in our portable audio, as well as our new video products currently being developed for release early next year."

The DMC Xclef 500 is also available in 40GB, 60GB and 80GB Capacities. Prices start at $249. For more information, visit the company's Web site at www.DigMind.Com.

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