MusicGremlin to introduce PC-free media player

By Justin Mann on December 14, 2005, 10:29 AM
MusicGremlin, a relatively new contender in the increasingly popular realm of online music content, is soon to offer a new portable media player that seeks to set itself out amongst the crowd by offering an extremely large library of songs that are available at all times, without a PC. No need to have a computer and bundled software at the ready, the device, which has yet to be named or manufactured, would have the ability to connect via WiFi for the purpose of downloading songs. With a variety of possibilities, MusicGremlin has been shy on the details of the new product, probably a good idea without a manufactured device in the market yet, the idea of downloadable music from “anywhere” does sound interesting. As more details surface we will see if the picture is as pretty as it seems it may be.

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mentaljedi said:
Hmmm... I wonder what the price will be. MOre info here: [url][/url]But how will it fair against the giants. Opinions? Apple may try to eat it up and intergrate it with the Ipod thought that would be plain stupid beacuse of the sucess of Itunes. Man, the future is harder to work out than i thought it would be... lol
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