(1) V-Touch VL-875 8GB 2.8" Touch Screen 2MP Camera MiniSD Media Player
(1) Visual Land SSB-10 In-Ear Headphones
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Randy and Franco and Mark and those guys are always going on about how everything Apple makes is so awesome they want to make slow, sweet, passionate love to the entire company. Yet somehow, a no-name outfit like Visual Land has managed to create an insanely great portable media player like the V-Touch all by themselves, without a hint of inspiration from the Cupertino mafia.
Check it out: the color touchscreen controls the MP3 player, picture viewer, e-book reader, and video player. The built-in 2.0 megapixel camera also works as a webcam and it shoots video. It also packs an FM receiver, voice recorder, and built-in speaker into its totally original and unique chassis. Combined with the SSB-10 In-Ear Headphones, the V-Touch delivers a multimedia experience that Jobs & co. just can't hang with.
I guess it happens to the best of them. These companies have one or two good ideas, then they sit back and coast. Eventually, they settle into a sclerotic self-parody, unable to keep up with the imitators they once disdained. It's kind of like the late Roman Empire, or the novels of Kurt Vonnegut. Stand down, Apple - it's Visual Land's turn in the throne.
What? What are you talking about? "iPod Touch"? Never heard of it. Did you just make that up?
Warranty: One Year Visual Land
VL-875 8GB Portable Media Player Features:
Movies, music, pictures, text files and more all at the touch of a finger
2.8" Color TFT touch screen
Easy to use navigation system
8GB Built-In Flash Memory
Drag and Drop file transfer, can be used as a USB Mass Storage Device
Expandable MiniSD Card Slot (to 16GB)
2.0 Megapixel Digital Camera records stills and video
Camera also works as a webcam when connected to a computer through the USB port
That chicken special
Comes with fries and a drink, right?
I would like a large
Two patties of beef
Also seeds upon the bun
Special is the sauce
This shake I like best
Why is it only made on
This one holiday?
This nugget right here
This one in particular
The most delicious
Wrappers on my tray
Artifacts of my passing
Go get me a pie
Wear this shirt:
because it's already got ketchup stains on it, so maybe you won't have to add your own.
Don't wear this shirt: if your mother was a tailor who sewed your new blue jeans. Or if your daddy was a gamblin' man down in New Orleans. If you do, probably no one will get the joke.
This shirt tells the world: "I'm big in Japan! And China! And England! And almost anywhere else I find myself!"
We call this color: Can I Get Two Bags Of Hot Fries, A Box Of Snack Cakes, Three Jelly Donuts, And A Six Pack Of Heather Graype Soda To Go?
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 13.72" x 19" WXL - K4: 9.38" x 13"
Pantone Color(s): White - 136C - 7508C - 1788C - 277C - Black
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I know the big wineries keep you real busy growing fruit for them. And I know they take the lion's share of those killer grapes you grow. But there's an awful lot of fruit coming out of that 1,700-acre Red Cedar Estate Vineyard of yours - you guys grow over 20 different varietals, for crying out loud. How about letting go of a drop or two for the rest of us?
Like, say, that 2006 Clayhouse Estate Petite Sirah. The one with the solid tannins. The one with the black pepper, blackberry pie, and cranberry aromas. The one with a few drops of Mourvedre, Grenache, and Syrah for added gaminess, bright fruit, and floral spice, respectively.
Or your Clayhouse 2005 Estate Cuv�e, where you get all Rhone-style on our palates with Syrah and Grenache, then mix it up with some old-vine Petite Sirah for a meaty, peppery red a guy can sink his teeth into. Hell, I'll even take your Clayhouse 2006 Adobe Red, even though only 31% of its fruit comes from Red Cedar Estate. With ripe, rich cherry, plum, vanilla bean, blueberry, and cherry character, who am I to be choosy?
Look, I understand why you'd hold this stuff back for yourselves. Tell the truth, I probably would, too. But I'm not a very good person. I was hoping you'd be better than me. You're sure as hell better than me at making wine.