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Meizu's nano Basher Finally Hits Europe

Gordon Kelly


Meizu's nano Basher Finally Hits Europe

It was back in May that I first reported on the stunning Meizu Mini Player, a device that unabashedly rips off the iPod’s appearance but also creates the kind of device we’ve all been waiting to see. Well finally it is coming to Europe.

Despite being available on eBay through for some months, the first official European editions will arrive courtesy of Dane Elec, a site more usually known for specialising in RAM and flash memory.

We will have to wait until December to get our hands on them (when black and white editions will set us back a reasonable €119, €149 and €199 for the 1GB, 2GB and 4GB models respectively) but they could make the perfect Chrissy present for someone you care about, such as yourself.

Incidentally, if your memory fails you as to why the Mini Player is so desirable in the first place look at the darn pictures you muppet. Then remember this:

*79 x 48.2 x 10mm dinky dimensions

*2.4in 262k widescreen display

*Music, video and FM radio with an inbuilt mic

*MP3, WAV, Ogg, WMA and AVI codec support

*20 hours music battery life, six hours video

I don’t need to say anything more do I? Not a single sentence, not another word.


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