July 2004
UNIX Update;Jul2004, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p8
Trade Publication
Lindows Inc. has announced the commercial support of the Dell Digital Jukebox (DJ), a portable MP3 music player for the desktop Linux, in San Diego, California. MP3 players are tapping into the expanding Linux desktop market by offering Linux music fans simplicity, portability, flexibility and value for a personalized music experience. Dell DJ support is available for Linux through the Lsongs music player and offers users an easy way to manage their music portfolio. By engineering the hardware and software to work seamlessly, Dell DJ users can easily update their music library's content and playlists. To use Lsongs and Dell DJ together for music management and playback, users simply install Lsongs with one click from the Linspire software Warehouse. The Dell DJ is a solid value with its sleek design, long battery life, large storage capacity, and easy-to-use controls. The 7.61 ounce Dell DJ can pack thousands of songs and comes with a choice of 15 or 20 gigabyte capacities and a rechargeable battery providing up to 16 hours of continuous music playback. It also features a 2-inch backlit liquid crystal display, a front-mounted scroll barrel for one-handed operation and a digital voice recorder.


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