Since pink gadgets are often associated with women, it comes as no surprise that XM is placing a pink-colored Pioneer Inno up for sale. There is a very good reason behind this move as it involves dollars and cents in a noble manner, quite unlike other corporations who decide to boost sales by purchasing a whole lot of pink paint in bulk. Each Inno sold and activated will result in XM and Circuit City donating $30 of the proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The pink Inno will be released this Sunday for $349.99 and features one touch recording, a built-in wireless FM transmitter, and enough storage for up to 50 hours of XM recordings.
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