Hewlett-Packard adds ‘Apple iPod mini from HP’ to iPod digital music player lineup

HP (Hewlett-Packard) today added the Apple iPod mini from HP to its line of digital music players.

The Apple iPod mini from HP is available in two models: the 4GB version holding up to 1,000 songs and the 6GB version holding up to 1,500 songs.

Both versions feature a touch-sensitive click wheel for easy, one-handed navigation, battery life of up to 18 hours, USB charging and an ultra-portable, lightweight design. The music players also include earbud headphones, a belt clip and a USB 2.0 cable.

HP also unveiled its new HP Printable Tattoos for the Apple iPod mini from HP, which allow consumers to personalize their digital accessories with artwork, designs and photography. During the next six months, HP plans to roll out more than 300 new images, including album art from the hottest bands and recording artists, as well as unique artwork.

The new Tattoo gallery features sports, nature, lifestyle and art sections in addition to many other categories. Consumers can explore the full gallery of Tattoo designs at http://www.hp.com/music. According to HP, the ultra-thin HP Printable Tattoos are easy to apply and remove from the iPod mini’s exterior. The retail price for HP Printable Tattoos for the iPod mini is US$9.99.

Consumers can also personalize their listening experience through Apple iTunes, software that is preinstalled on all HP PCs, enabling consumers to download music and manage it in a variety of ways to match their tastes and styles.

The iPod mini’s USB 2.0 cable connects to a PC and enables consumers to easily sync up their music and playlists. Both models of the iPod mini as well as the Apple iPod from HP 20 GB, 30 GB and 60 GB, are backed by HP’s Total Care customer support. This includes one year of phone support and a one-year limited warranty.

The Apple iPod mini from HP as well as HP Printable Tattoos and accessories are available to consumers in the United States and Canada online at http://www.hpshopping.com starting June 5, and shortly thereafter at major retailers, including Radio Shack, Sears and Wal-Mart.

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  1. Old farts … LISTEN UP !!!

    My two daughters, 19 and 22, have to dress up everything they own with some image of their latest heartthrob, girlfriend, boyfriend, dog or cat. They buy those silly dresses (or more correctly called vanity covers) for their cell phones. I’d bet my ass, such as it is, that they will be dressing their ipods with tattoos as soon as they become aware of it.

    iPod tattoos, much like trix, are for kids.

    Does anyone remember the way the Powerbook 1400 was marketed? It came with this clear removable cover under which the owner could customize the look of the powerbook. I thought it was dumb, then, but my kid loved it when I gave her the powerbook with pictures of her friends plastered all over it.

    oh POO to you old farts …

  2. The tattoos are a nice addition to the ever increasing list of iPod accessories. More ways to customize an iPod the better. A plain white iPod is starting to become exactly that, plain. Add a little color and it suddenly has some personality and individuality. Think about all the things you can customize on your computer, phone, car, etc. to give it a distinct look, and you’ll understand why this tattoo idea is not a bad idea. Granted, it may not appeal to a lot of people, but it’s not as bad as some of you think it is. The iPod mini would not have done nearly as well as it did if it came in only one color. This just gives consumers more options, and that’s not a bad thing.

  3. those make-your-own tattoos ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” />

    A slick way to personalize the {surface} of your Mini.

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