20GB Portable Ogg Vorbis Player

Posted: Feb 25 2003, 9:06pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 1:43pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
20GB Portable Ogg Vorbis Player
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Digital Innovations, makers of the highly successful SkipDoctor® line of disc repair devices, launched the Neuros™ MP3 Digital Audio Computer.
Neuros Audio and Xiph.org, founders of the Ogg Vorbis open source audio codec, have entered into an agreement to develop Vorbis playback and Linux support for the Neuros line of Digital Audio Computers. The joint project, dubbed "NeuRosetta," will make the Neuros HD the first hard drive-based portable to support the open source Ogg Vorbis format.
Neuros is available in two models, Neuros and Neuros HD. Both feature similar capabilities, but offer consumers two varied storage capacity options. Neuros offers 128MB of embedded flash for a suggested retail price of $249.00 and Neuros HD offers a 20GB hard drive backpack (9.4 oz.), capable of storing up to 5,000 songs, for $399.00.



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