May 2004
Motor;May2004, p130
Apple Corp. has introduced a Mini version of its funky iPod MP3 players in five flavours. It's the size of business card yet can hold up to 1000 CD-quality songs. The touch-sensitive' click wheel' makes one-handed operation simple.


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