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Samsung YP-T10

Mark Peters
CES report
Saturday 29th, December 2007
Posted by: Mark Peters

Samsung Electronics announces at IFA 2007 that it continues to develop market leading technology, with the releases of a new Samsung YP-T10 MP3 player. The new Samsung YP-T10 mp3 player combines awesome design, incredible sound and convenient connectivity options. Millimeters have been shaved off to create a player that fit comfortably in one’s hand, while slipping easily into pockets and purses. Samsung’s proprietary sound technology, Digital Natural Sound engine (DNSe.) provides high quality acoustics aiming to facilitate the best sonic experience to the end user. Better still, the new Samsung YP-T10 enables boasts Bluetooth-enabled wireless stereo- providing the ultimate ‘easy listening’ experience!

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Samsung YP-T10

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