HP has added the iPod Mini to its assortment of HP branded iPods, selling a 6GB version for $249.99 and a 4GB version for $199.
The HP branded iPods are identical to those sold by Apple, but offer a 12-month warranty compared to Apple's 90 days.
HP has also made a version of its Printable Tatoos available for the iPod Mini, allowing users to customise their media players. Designs are available for download from HP, and an extra 300 images will follow in the coming months. The stickers are already available for the regular iPod.
HP started selling branded iPods in August last year. The models accounted for seven per cent of overall iPod sales in the fiscal quarter ending 31 December, according to data from Apple.
Rumours surfaced earlier this year that the relationship between the two organisations had soured, following the late introduction of the iPod Photo by HP that trailed Apple's unveiling by almost six months.
The addition of the iPod Mini to the HP product line puts an end to the rumours.
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