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>> I'm Donald Bell here for CNET at CES 2008. I'm here with the Tonium Pacemakers, 120 gigabyte MP3 player that's also a DJ mix device. It allows you to store all of your tracks into 1 device and mix between 2 channels of the device so you create entire 2-track mixes on the device like you would 2 turntables and a cross fader. You can store your mixes, record them directly to the device and then upload them to a piece of software also made by Tonium. You can share those mixes online; there's an online community built around the Pacemaker as well; it's a 120 gigabyte player; it retails for about 700 dollars; it's due out in March and I'm really excited about it. It's a very interesting application of MP3 player technology. I'll be very interested to do my review for it in March. So for CNET I'm Donald Bell for CES 2008 showing you the Tonium Pacemaker.
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