Dell is downplaying earlier reports that they are reentering the mp3 player market with a WiFi enabled device. "We have not announced that we are going to be selling an MP3 player," the spokesman told TechWeb. "We are looking into the possibility of coming up with different content avenues that can be shared across multiple devices built by Dell."
The devices could include Dell manufactured desktops, notebooks, mobile devices and "possibly an MP3 player," the spokesman said. "We're considering all of our options." Integration between devices an between download store and devices has been a key consumer complaint as a plethora of manufactures continue to release music delivery products and devices that don't work together easily.