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LinuxDevices.com: Hi-Muse -- the ultimate music appliance?

May 26, 2001, 19:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rick Lehrbaum)
"Two years ago, French startup Future Sound Technologies (FST) set about creating "the ultimate music appliance" for today's wired music enthusiasts. Founders Martin Guerin and Eric Morisset envisioned a device that would make it easy for people to fully enjoy their favorite online and downloaded titles anytime, anywhere -- without the hassles of being tethered to a PC. At the recent MIDEM 2001 global music trade show in Cannes, France, FST unveiled the outcome of the company's two-year quest: the "Hi-Muse".

The Hi-Muse is an innovative Linux-based entertainment gadget that offers a combination of both standalone and Internet-based music and sound functions. Basically, you can use the Hi-Muse to record, play, and store your music from CDs and other sources; it also provides a simple means by which you can locate, listen to, and store music from Internet radio stations, music portals, and other online sources -- without the use of a PC."

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