Monday November 10, 2003
A large, blue backlit LCD with bold font for better navigation has been added to the latest version of NOMAD's 60GB Jukebox Zen MP3 player. An Australian release of the Jukebox Zen Xtra - which can hold up to 2,000 hours of digital music - is expected this month at a price of AUD$899.
The silver and white Jukebox Zen Xtra features USB 2.0 connectivity, audio quality at 98dB SNR supporting both MP3 and WMA formats, a fast find function to assist in navigating the potentially huge library of songs and a removable, high-capacity battery that provides up to 14 hours of continuous music playback.
Organisation is also boosted by the new 'ExplorerT' application that allows drag-and-drop transfer of music files into the music library or data files in the data folder.
Music enhancement tools include 'Smart Volume Management' (to match volume variations across MP3 tracks), the choice of several preset equalizer settings or manual control via the four-band custom equalizer and a new car setting that enables the MP3 player to automatically turn on when the user starts their car.
The NOMAD Jukebox Zen Xtra MP3 player ships with a black travel pouch, stereo earphones and a universal power adapter and costs AUD$899 including GST.
Visit www.australia.creative.com for more information.Share
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