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x-mini max ii

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X-Mini Max II Capsule Speaker

The X-Mini Max II Capsule Speaker is an excellent option for anyone looking for an ultraportable speaker that offers great sound quality at a very reasonable price.

By November 24, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating November 24, 2009
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The X-Mini Max II Capsule Speaker

The X-Mini Max II Capsule Speaker is an excellent option for anyone looking for an ultraportable speaker that offers great sound quality at a very reasonable price.

By December 17, 2009

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X-Mini Max II speakers: Put these in your box and wrap it

The X-Mini Max II Capsule Speaker is an excellent option for anyone looking for an ultraportable speaker that offers great sound quality at a very reasonable price.

By December 3, 2009

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X-Mini Max II Capsule Speakers--photos

The X-Mini Max II Capsule Speaker is an excellent option for anyone looking for an ultraportable speaker that offers great sound quality at a very reasonable price.

7 Images By December 3, 2009

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X-mini Max II, Happy to launch mid-September

Generation two of the X-mini Max will retail for $59 and will come in two additional colors black and red.

By August 27, 2009

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X-mini Max II gets a design makeover

The guys behind the red-dot-winning X-mini capsule speakers are taking a design leap of faith with the X-mini Max II. The next-gen stereo speakers have taken on a "Star Wars" drone look with cone heads.

By April 24, 2009

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X-mini II gets an MP3 player

Singapore-based XM-I has given its best-selling capsule speaker a music player and an SD card slot, and is calling it the X-mini Happy.

By April 23, 2009

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Get ready for bigger sounds from the X-mini II

Singapore-based XM-I is continuing its momentum with the X-mini II.

By January 22, 2009

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XM-I calls an audible, tweaks game plan for X-Mini Max

The Singapore company makes a few adjustments to the capsule speakers after their initial release.

By March 25, 2008

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Windows games run on Linux

Canadian software maker TransGaming Technologies has released a new version of its WineX software for running games written for the Windows operating system on Linux PCs. WineX 2.0 translates instructions written for DirectX, Microsoft's set of Windows graphics programming tools, allowing Linux users to run many Windows games, including recent bestsellers such as "Max Payne" and "Diablo II." The software is available to those who sign up for TransGaming's subscription service at $5 a month.

By April 18, 2002