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Dell appears to be conceding defeat in the marketplace to the Apple iPod and has admitted it will stop the sale of the 20 and 40 GB DJ audio players. The companys says it will still sell flash-based players and will be offering new models in […]

Dell appears to be conceding defeat in the marketplace to the Apple iPod and has admitted it will stop the sale of the 20 and 40 GB DJ audio players. The companys says it will still sell flash-based players and will be offering new models in that line. Dell is the first major OEM to stop selling devices in the hard disk based category that is directly in competition with the iPod.

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  1. Bruce Houghton Tuesday, February 7, 2006

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