Le Méridien introduces Mini iPod’s at Cyberport

16th Jun 2004

Following yesterdays announcement by Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, that i-tunes is now avaliable in the UK, Le Méridien has now introduced new iPod Mini’s at its Cyberport property in Hong Kong which will have guests rowing to Robbie and jogging to Janet Jackson
Reinforcing its position as the most tech savvy hotel in Hong Kong, the recently opened Le Méridien Cyberport has laid claim to yet another first with the addition of the new Apple iPod mini to its array of unique entertainment facilities.

Available on request to guests using the hotel’s state-of-the-art cardio-vascular suite, the new iPod minis are offered for use with up to 4 GB of pre-loaded tracks from nearly 20 different genres created especially for Le Méridien Cyberport by EMI Music Southeast Asia.

Capable of holding up to 1,000 songs, the new business card sized iPod mini, which weighs just 3.6 ounces - smaller than any cell phone, is the perfect combination of style and performance.

Whether trance or tribal, jazz or jungle, funk or fusion, Le Méridien Cyberport, through its partnership with EMI, can ensure that its new iPod minis can be configured to suit every taste.


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