Well, that didn’t take long did it? No sooner is the Shuffle announced than you can get yourself a cut price imitation. The Plusmore Fly-04 matches the specs of the Shuffle pretty well – no screen, doubles up as a USB memory stick, plug and play – but it has got a couple of differences. Obviously it doesn’t play Apple’s AAC files, but it also only seems to play MP3 formats for some reason. There’s a wider range of memory sizes – from 32MB to 2 gig – and battery life is just 8 hours commpared to Shuffle’s twelve. Meanwhile, MPIO’s FY200 looked like the shuffle before the Shuffle did.