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Meizu's marvelous Mini Player is Europe-bound

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The Meizu Mini Player, the oh-so-cute iPod-esque tiny PMP that surface early last summer, is coming to Europe courtesy of French memory specialist Dane-Elec. The 8 x 5 x 1cm unit packs in a 2.4in, 262,144-colour display and up to 4GB of Flash storage. It handles all the usual media file formats, and works with Windows PCs and Macs. Dane-Elec will bring the device to market in December for €119 (1GB), €149 (2GB) and €199 (4GB). The Meizu will be available in black or white. ®

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