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trekstor

Review

TrekStor Vibez

Better than the iPod Nano in many respects, the TrekStor Vibez scores with its dazzling looks, excellent interface, and solid performance.

By Jan. 2, 2007

3.5 stars Editor's rating Jan. 2, 2007

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TrekStor i.Beat Pink

The TrekStor i.Beat Pink is a sleek and reasonably priced player for fans of the pop star, but there are better flash players available for the average user.

By Aug. 6, 2007

2.5 stars Editor's rating Aug. 6, 2007

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TrekStor Vibez

Better than the iPod Nano in many respects, the TrekStor Vibez scores with its dazzling looks, excellent interface, and solid performance.

May. 21, 2008

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Hands-on with the TrekStor blaxx

TrekStor has ditched its racist-sounding i.Beat blaxx name and unveiled the freshly monikered blaxx MP3 player at IFA -- we got to have a play and we have to say we rather like it

By Sep. 4, 2007

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Photos: TrekStor i.Beat Pink

The TrekStor i.Beat Pink is a sleek, reasonably priced player for fans of the pop star, but there are better flash players available for the average user.

8 Images By Aug. 7, 2007

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TrekStor i.Beat move S: Boring, meet cheap

You should be able to pick up an 8GB model for about $95, which is an excellent price and probably the most compelling reason to be interested.

By Aug. 11, 2008

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Hands-on with the TrekStor i.Beat move S: Boring, meet cheap

We've been playing with the TrekStore i.Beat move S and we can't say we've been blown away. But with an expected price tag of £50 for 8GB of capacity, it might be decent value

By Aug. 11, 2008

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TrekStor Vibez: Body from Baywatch, name from Crimewatch

The specs make up for the appalling moniker

By Apr. 18, 2007

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TrekStor vibez: Body from Baywatch, name from Crimewatch

TrekStor's vibez MP3 player bursts out of Germany with a lovely set of features, support for open-source codecs and a lovely shiny body. Sign us up!

By Apr. 18, 2007

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TrekStor's thumb drive for the thirsty

TrekStor drive can not only store digital files, but can pop that beer bottle cap off anytime you fancy a tipple.

By Sep. 15, 2008