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January 10, 2008 at 4:47 PM

Sneak peak of cheap iPod touch, other Appleish goodies at CES

Not from Apple, of course, but Shenzhen Wintone Industrial Company Limited.

Check out the MP3 and MP4 players the Chinese company was exhibiting in the show’s international pavilion. The Touch-like device has a 1.3 megapixel camera, 1 gigabyte of storage and sells for $58.

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Do you prefer the iPod Classic look, or perhaps the Creative Zen style?

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Dyne Telecom had this one over in the Korea section:

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Right in front of the China section was Shenzhen Rico Technology’s selection of neo Nanos, such as the pink 1 gigabyte model in the back of the case that sells for $26:

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If you can’t afford the new Mac Pro, how about a tiny version that’s actually a six-inch-high network attached storage device? This one’s from Taiwan’s Power 7 Technology Corp.

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