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LG FM37 Volkswagen edition: Weirdest cross-branding ever?

When's a car not a car? When it's an MP3 player. LG has made friends with Volkswagen and produced a VW Beetle-styled version of its new media player. Okay...

By April 25, 2007

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Hands-on with LG FM37: MP3 doesn't come much slicker

LG's new FM37 MP3 player takes after the super-shiny Shine with it's seductive good looks, and adds a touchscreen interface into the mix to boot

By April 19, 2007

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LG FM37: MP3 doesn't come much slicker

It's a gloriously shinetastic piece of kit

By April 19, 2007

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LG, VW: Weirdest cross-branding ever?

LG is skinning its lovely new FM37 player in the same colors as Volkswagen skins its new line of Beetles

By April 25, 2007

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LG T54: Ultra-sleek MP3 player with digital radio

LG has updated the super-shiny FM37 with the digital radio-capable T54. This sleek new MP3 player comes in a range of colours and is a pencil-esque 12mm thick

By August 31, 2007

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LG UP3: Shiny, tiny, in the UK sometimey

An ickle MP3 player, LG's new UP3 packs all the style of its big brother, the FM37. The only issue is its tiny screen relative to its body. Is it too big for a small player or too small for a large player? You decide

By October 31, 2007

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Hands-on with the LG V50 MP3 player

Just when you thought LG had finished making you drool, it shows us what's in store for us towards Christmas of this year. The V50 is a gorgeous, sleek MP3 player you'll want to touch

By September 4, 2007

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LG T80: Mobile Freeview for Nordic neighbours

LG has given Denmark a sexy new MP3 player and it receives digital TV. Is this the feature British players are missing? We extend the word 'no' over two paragraphs

By April 14, 2008

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LG UP3: Shiny, tiny, in the U.K. sometimey

The media player is an odd creature in that it's small, yet not tiny; it's got room for a large screen, but doesn't have one.

By October 31, 2007

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LG T80: Mobile Freeview for Nordic lands

Among the what-we-expected-in-2007-not-2008 specifications, it supports DVB-T--the digital TV technology that Freeview is built upon.

By April 14, 2008