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i-Station Mini DX jazzes up Digital Cube lineup

It’s cute. It’s tiny. It’s got a 2.4-inch color screen. C’mon, it doesn’t get much cuter than the i-Station Mini DX from Digital Cube.

Improving on the Digital Cube Mini that preceded it, the i-Station Mini DX tops off the package with a few extra niceties, including an FM tuner, USB host support, and — for those looking to stash more tunes and vids — a microSD expansion slot. The rest of the spec sheet reads much the same with its T-DMB for TV on the go, and your choice of three capacities.

The 1GB and 2GB renditions will retail for about $213 and $267, respectively, while the four gig offering is still waiting in the wings. And yup, you guessed it, it looks like the Mini DX is Korea-only too.

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