Dell has decided being left behind is worse than following the other lemmings into the ocean and possibly drowning.
The computer-giant-turned-electronics-manufacturer has unveiled its new Dell Digital Audio Receiver, an MP3 player that will allow consumers to play MP3 files at home.
The other lemmings are of course all migrating towards the MP3 player/device continent.
With the Dell Digital Audio Receiver, consumers will be able to download music from the Internet with their PC. The files are transferred to the MP3 player, which then relays the data to speakers or a standard stereo receiver for playback.
The MP3 player will be the first appliance-like product to carry the Dell brand name.
The technology for Dell's Digital Audio Receiver comes from S3, who themselves dove into the digital music industry last year when they purchased Diamond Multimedia.
Dell's receiver will cost $199 if bought with a PC configured with home networking capabilities and $249 if bought separately.
The product will go on sale in August.
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