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HP cues iPod in big product push

Hewlett-Packard brands its own version of Apple's music player and introduces a line of consumer products.

In Miami, Hewlett-Packard stages a "big bang" unveiling of numerous consumer products, including its first televisions and an entertainment hub. But the big news is its HP-branded version of Apple's wildly popular iPod.

HP to tempt holiday shoppers with digital lifestyle

PC giant unveils consumer electronics strategy, including iPod music player, high-definition televisions and PCs that record TV shows.
August 27, 2004

HP tips its hand on new iPod

On its Web site, the company reveals the pricing and storage capacity for its clone of Apple's music player.
August 27, 2004

iPod clone to lead HP's consumer push

Friday's product launch will count on music player to deliver cool factor to once-stodgy printer maker, sources say.
August 26, 2004

TVs, media hub products on the way

HP executive promises "very cool" media hardware--with Hollywood-friendly copyright protection built in.
August 23, 2004 related coverage

When iPod is the DJ, watch out

The "shuffle" command is supposed to give a truly random tour through a vast music collection. But some owners have doubts.
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August 26, 2004

'Plays for sure' means Microsoft's inside

Software giant plans branding campaign similar to "Intel Inside" for digital media technology, sources tell
August 25, 2004