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HP adds iPod Mini to its line of mobile entertainment devices
Posted on 3-Jun-2005 08:52. | Tags Filed under: News.

HP adds iPod Mini to its line of mobile entertainment devices
HP has added the Apple iPod mini to its line of digital music players. The Apple iPod mini from HP is available in two models: the 4 GB (gigabyte) version holding up to 1,000 songs and the 6 GB version holding up to 1,500 songs.

Both versions feature a touch-sensitive click wheel for easy, one-handed navigation, battery life of up to 18 hours, USB charging and an ultra-portable, lightweight design. The music players also include earbud headphones, a belt clip and a USB 2.0 cable.

HP also unveiled its new HP Printable Tattoos for the Apple iPod mini from HP, which allow consumers to personalize their digital accessories with artwork, designs and photography. During the next six months, HP will roll out more than 300 new images, including album art from the hottest bands and recording artists, as well as unique artwork.

The new Tattoo gallery features sports, nature, lifestyle and art sections in addition to many other categories. These ultra-thin HP Printable Tattoos are easy to apply and remove from the iPod mini's exterior. Durable and water-resistant, the Tattoos help to protect the iPod mini from scratches while adding a touch of personal style.

Consumers can print their mini Tattoos from an HP Photosmart 375 Compact Photo Printer. The tattoos are sold in packs of five printable glossy paper sheets that are pre-cut to fit the Apple iPod mini from HP. The retail price for HP Printable Tattoos for the iPod mini is US$9.99.

The Apple iPod mini from HP as well as HP Printable Tattoos and accessories are available to consumers in the United States and Canada online at starting 5 June, and shortly thereafter at major retailers, including Radio Shack, Sears and Wal-Mart.

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