HP IPod Starts Selling

Posted: Aug 27 2004, 11:15am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:52pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
HP iPod starts Selling
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Apperently for HP now is Spring. In January at the CES 2004 HP announced that it will license iPod Technology from Apple to release their own HP Music Player.
Well, what HP announced today is an original Apple iPod. HP calls it Apple iPod + HP.
Not sure what took them 8 month to develop. Funny thing is that all major news outlets already reported about the new hPod or HP's version of the iPod.

HP is selling the 40GB iPod for $399.99 and the 20GB iPod for $299.99. Same price as anywhere else.

HP setup its own Music Download site. See also Engadget's coverage of the HP iPod. Engadget found one difference, HP is offering printable Tattoos to customize the iPod. Exciting...
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The HP blue vision of the hPod.



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