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Nextar MA589 Ribbit MP3 Player

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Designed to Look Like a Frog with an OLED Display, Unit Will Add Plenty of Green

Nextar™, a designer and marketer of bold and new consumer electronic products with mass appeal, is set to introduce an MP3 player that is sure to have sales jumping. Its new ‘Ribbit™’ MP3 player (MA589) with durable OLED display looks like a huggable, lovable little frog. The Ribbit supports both MP3 and WMA files and has voice-recording capability and comes in green, pink, black and blue. Nextar will feature the unit at the upcoming 2009 CES in booth South 3 31753.

“Our newest MP3 player is sure to be both an audio and visual treat,” commented Eddy Zheng, Nextar founder. “With its cute looks and economical price, it makes an excellent impulse item that can be used as a gift or kept for personal use.”

The ‘Ribbit’ features an eight-mode equalizer with normal, rock, pop, classical, bass, jazz, soft, and SRS WOW; five play modes including normal, repeat one, repeat all, folder, and repeat folder; seven language support including English, Spanish, Chinese Simplified, German, Italian, Portuguese, and French; play-list function; and a high-speed USB 2.0 interface.

Its futuristic, low-voltage, low power-consuming OLED (organic light emitting diodes) display is easily viewable from unlimited angles. It provides brighter, clearer images and faster response time than most other display technologies.

Power is provided by a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery, which is included. A fully charged battery provides up to six hours of continuous playback. It is fully upgradeable to any future formats and features. Accessories included earphone, USB cable, Lithium-Ion battery, and installation CD. It is packaged in a ready-for-display, eye-catching colorful blister tube.

Pricing and Availability
The Nextar Ribbit MA589 MP3 player will be available in Spring 2009 at leading retailers across the country. It has a SRP of $24.99.

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See Nextar at 2009 CES
Nextar will be displaying, demonstrating, and taking orders for a variety of new, exciting products during 2009 CES including: portable navigation units, MP3/MP4 Players, Solar Powered Bluetooth In-Car Speakers Kits and Digital Photo Frames. Dates are Thursday, January 8 through Sunday, January 11. Nextar products can be seen in the South 3 31753 in the Las Vegas Convention Center.

About Nextar
Nextar, headquartered in Southern California, is a global designer and marketer of consumer electronics. From the categories it enters to the products it develops and the manner in which it goes to market, Nextar’s decisions are based on its unique ‘bold and new’ philosophy. It currently offers products in the following categories: portable personal audio and video; digital photo frames; portable navigation devices; and Bluetooth. In addition to tried-and-true consumer electronic retail outlets, Nextar products also are boldly marketed through non-traditional avenues such as department stores, automotive, mass merchants, food and drug, and do-it-yourself.

Nextar is an affiliate of Tofasco(SM), a rapidly growing company that sells products worldwide in a variety of industries. For further information regarding Nextar, visit its website at www.nextar.com or call toll free 888-849-0846.

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