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SmartDisk FlashTrax XT storage device introduction
Dennis Hissink : April 19th 2005 - 15:30 CET
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SmartdiskSmartDisk FlashTrax XT storage device introduction : SmartDisk introduced SmartDisk FlashTrax XT, a handheld portable device for storing, playing and sharing digital images, video and music. SmartDisk FlashTrax is being demonstrated at the National Association of Broadcasters and RTNDA Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada USA. SmartDisk FlashTrax XT, a palm-sized, portable multimedia player and video recorder, stores high-resolution images transferred from any flash memory card or video device and displays them on its 3.6-inch LCD screen, on a TV or a projector. In addition, the user can enjoy music from a personal collection, listen to the built-in FM tuner, or watch slide shows while listening to music.
SmartDisk FlashTrax XT storage device introductionSmartDisk FlashTrax XT - Fast transfer
A user-friendly screen display and control make video, image or music selection quick and easy. The LCD folds to ensure that both the screen and control buttons remain protected while on the go, a unique feature among portable multimedia players. With transfer speeds of up to 480MBps, SmartDisk FlashTrax XT can also serve as an external hard drive to transfer, store and access data. To facilitate portability, FlashTrax also includes a rechargeable Lithium-ion battery.

SmartDisk FlashTrax XT - Store, record and play wherever you go
"SmartDisk FlashTrax XT is an extension of our popular FlashTrax device and incorporates broader support of digital video," says Charles Klinker, Vice President-Marketing for SmartDisk. "The desire to record, store and play back your multimedia content wherever you go is a growing trend among consumers. SmartDisk FlashTrax XT also enjoys a significant price advantage over competing products, making it more accessible to many consumers."

SmartDisk FlashTrax XT - Pricing and Availability
Suggested retail price for SmartDisk FlashTrax XT is $399.99 for the 40GB version and $499.99 for the 80GB version. It will be available in early May 2005 through retailers and distributors, as well as through the company's Web site.

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