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HCL introduces multifunctional digital music player and data storage device

18-December-2004
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HCL introduces multifunctional digital music player and data storage device

NeoPod, latest offering from the HCL Infosystems stable, is a digital music player with additional features present in an MP3 player. Apart from storing thousands of music titles and play them with high-fidelity sound quality, it can also be used as a pocket hard drive for PC file backup, an FM radio, a voice recorder, and a digital photo storage for a digital camera.

The NeoPod weighs 158 grams, and thumb scroll navigation allows for a fast and easy access to the music library and data. The additional features include transferring data at a high speed with USB 2.0, Integrated FM radio and a built-in MMC card reader amongst others.

Valued at Rs 19,990, NeoPod is obtainable through HCL Infosystem’s channel network across the country and comes with a one-year warranty.

Rajendra Kumar, VP – Operations, HCL Infosystems, says, “HCL is dedicated to bring the latest and best innovations in technology to its customers in India. We see a trend today where the user wants a multi-functional product combined with ease of use. The NeoPod has been designed keeping these requirements of today’s discerning consumers. We have received a very encouraging response till now. Our endeavour is to offer a richer bouquet of products for our consumer’s digital homes.”

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