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Wednesday, October 30, 2002
FREECOM enters US market


Freecom Technologies, a leading European manufacturer of high quality, easy-to-use multimedia storage solutions, today announced the launch of a new retail product line-up for the North American market. They also announced the opening of Freecom's North America headquarters in Northern California.

"This is the next logical step for Freecom. We have been in the US market for many years providing OEM solutions for most of the market's biggest suppliers. If you have ever used an external memory storage product from a blue chip system provider, there is a good chance it came from us," said Christian Dijkhof, Sales and Marketing Director for Freecom Europe.

Freecom Technologies successfully combines German engineering expertise with the grace of European styling to produce a full range of appealing, reliable and easy to use multimedia storage products.

"We are proud to be offering this well engineered line of products to the US retail market. Our goal is to provide the US market with high quality, dependable, attractively styled products," said David Glassman, US Sales Manager for Freecom.

The Freecom US retail product line includes:
CD-RW Slimline series;
Internal and External CD and DVD writers;
External USB and FireWire hard drives;
USB Sticks with capacities up to 1 GB;
MP3/WMA players as well as Media & Accessories.

About Freecom Technologies Inc.
Freecom Technologies is a leading manufacturer of easy-to-use multimedia storage solutions. Freecom products provide simple access to digital data and enhance the connectivity of portable digital devices. The company's products offer flexibility, connectivity and value that are unmatched by other storage manufacturers. Headquartered in Delft, The Netherlands, Freecom is dedicated to providing customers with easy-to-use, intelligent storage solutions.

Freecom has branch offices all over Europe in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Spain and The Netherlands as well as local offices in the United States.

The US Headquarters for Freecom Technologies Inc. are located at 2326 Fifth Street, Berkeley, CA 94710. For further information please contact Howard Miller (510) 548-4849; or visit the Freecom website at www.freecom.com.

Freecom US Retail Product Line (examples)

FS-1: External Slimline CD-RW compatible with all PCs via USB 1.1, Hi-Speed USB 2.0 or PC CardBus

FX-1: Hi-Speed USB 2.0 External CD-RW drive with the highest speeds available

FX-10: Same styling and features of the FX-1 with latest DVD writing technology

FHD-1: External Hard drive with unique SyncWrite one-touch data synchronization - flexible connection to USB 2.0, FireWire /orK or CardBus

FM-1: USB Stick with capacities of up to 1 GB - connects to all computers and operating systems with USB support

Beatman Flash
The latest member in Freecoms MP3 player family - smaller than your palm, with 64MB of built-in memory and an SMC expansion slot.


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