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iPod mini sells out in Taiwan

“Music lovers and high-tech geeks yesterday sweated in the scorching sun to snap up their long-awaited iPod minis as Apple Computer Inc offered the first of the tiny music players available in this country—all 100 of them.

“All 100 units sold out in half an hour,” an Apple Taiwan public relations official said yesterday. “We are planning to ship more to Tai-wan, hopefully as soon as possible.”“

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The iPod is made in Shanghai by Inventec. I’m not going to say how, but it _is_ possible. As you’re probably aware, the rules are different up there.

>> I do live in Shanghai, so if what you say is true, I am VERY interested in that. You don’t wanna say *how*, but could you give a hint? I checked that factory’s website by the way, and saw nothing about the iPod!

Posted by daffy on September 21, 2005 at 1:43 AM (CDT)

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