Philips at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas

January 6-9, 2005

CES is the world's largest annual tradeshow for consumer technology. It is the showcase for the who, what, where, and why of the consumer technology industry. At CES, international visionaries illustrate new business models and new consumer applications made possible by new hardware, embedded and enabling technologies, content development and wireless communications.


MP3RUN by Nike + Philips, Digital Audio Player with Wireless Tracking

Building upon their highly successful line of portable sports audio players, the Nike + Philips MP3RUN is an innovative and rewarding digital audio player for athletes of every performance level. The MP3RUN is designed to enhance workouts and attain personal bests by combining digital music playback with innovative speed and distance tracking. This unique combination provides runners with music playback, as well as on-demand audible feedback on their sport performance such as distance covered, running speed and elapsed time.



Wireless Music Center, access to music in every room

Continuing to provide consumers with the latest audio innovations and designs, Philips Electronics introduced the new Wireless Music Center (WACS700). Featuring a stylishly designed base and up to five satellite stations, the Wireless Music Center offers consumers a complete solution for digital music storage, management and distribution. The WACS700 has the ability to convert audio CDs into MP3 music files, store them on a 40 GB* hard disk (up to 750 CDs of music) and wirelessly stream music to up to five Wireless Music Stations, at the same time, anywhere in the home. The streams may be the same music in every room, five different music selections or any combination in between.


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