" You hear that? Its the sound of Stevie J. letting loose a thousand lawyers on the people at Luxpro who think that theyre somehow not going to get the crap sued out of them over the Super Shuffle, a flash-based MP3 player that looks so very, very familiar to us. Supposedly the Super Shuffle MX-575D/1075D has the same weight as the iPod shuffle, but is slightly larger (8.4 x 2.5 x 0.84mm for the shuffle vs. 8.5 x 2.5 x 0.97 for the Super Shuffle) and comes with a built-in FM tuner, comes in 512MB and 1GB flavors, and offers support for playback of MP3, WMA, and WAV files."
Do they really think they'll survive this?? LOL! Apple's gonna carve them a new one, man.
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well, i hate to say it but that's what happens when you send your technology overseas to be manufactured. currently the chinese "reverse engineer" just about everything that is manufactured there, and there really is no copyright or patent protection for corporations that have been ripped off. this is not the first nor the last instance of such blatant ripoffs:
Kudo's to them for putting an FM tuner in it, and shame on Apple for not adding one.
Here is Apples, "keep it simple" mentality again... just like the one button mouse... as if a two button mouse with a scroll wheel is way to complex for Mac users! yeh right!