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    Default Creative expands GigaWorks lineup once again

    Creative has recruited three new additions to its growing GigaWorks range, namely the T3 ($199), T20 Series II ($144) and T40 Series II ($187). Details here.

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    i believe you messed up the prices. t40s are bigger and better than t20s so how can they cost less?

    anyway.. i wish i had the budget for these new t40s.. currently own older t20s and they rule..

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    Ooops, sorry about that. It should be right now.

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