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Transcend’s T.sonic™ 630 MP3 Player Earns High Award in France

November 02, 2007

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Transcend’s T.sonic™ 630 MP3 Player Earns High Award in France

Transcend’s T.sonic™ 630 Earns "Editor’s Choice" Award in French Magazine PC Achat.

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Transcend has received the "Editor’s Choice" award from the French magazine PC Achat for its T.sonic™ 630 MP3 player after the latest 1GB MP3 player comparison review.

Transcend T.sonic AwardTranscend’s T.sonic 630 outperformed competing products from rival manufacturers with its great price/quality value, excellent sound, and enhanced features such as radio FM and OLED display. The T.sonic 630 is commended in the September issue of PC Achat.

PC Achat is one of the most popular and influential computer magazines in France with a circulation of nearly 70,000 copies. Every month PC Achat presents news and analysis of pertinent technology issues, hands-on previews, and detailed reviews of the latest PC products, systems, components, peripherals and software.

PC Achat is highly renowned for its test competence and high use-value. With lots of product information, tips, current news and purchase advice, the editorial team offers every reader concrete help in decision making.

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