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80gb ipod classic, zune 80, or 8gb ipod touch

by milo_heat / February 20, 2008 7:28 AM PST

im really stuck here
i like the ipod touch because the touch screen and wi-fi
zune 80 for big screen, UI, and scratchless body
ipod classic looks, itunes, 20,000 songs and UI too
i have around 16gb of media on my current 30gb ipod video
i would love to get the new 32gb ipod touch but 500$ sound's kinda
tooo much for 32gb AND plus i do not have that much money
any help plz??

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by milo_heat / February 23, 2008 2:24 AM PST
In reply to: consider this

that's really nice for 350$
the nokia n800 is a wayyy better deal
but is it with out service like the ipod touch
or is it a mobile phone?

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The N800 is the wrong class of machine
by electronista / February 23, 2008 9:49 AM PST
In reply to: coool

As Nokia labels it, the N800 is an Internet tablet. It's meant for browsing and communication, not media playback. There's no cellular hardware; you need Wi-Fi to hop online.

Look at a 16GB iPod touch; if you buy from Amazon or even a few other third-party stores (like Future Shop in Canada), you can sometimes find it for roughly $360. That's a much better deal than the 32GB model. It might not hold all your music, but it should hold enough to make sure you don't miss out on your favorites. I'd suggest creating a smart playlist with, say, 14GB of your most-played tracks.

I actually like the Zune 80, but the software limits make for something of a dealbreaker. It's Windows-only, it's not that easy to get third-party programs working with the Zune, and it's missing a lot of handy features like audiobooks or smart playlists.

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One addition on the iPod touch
by electronista / February 23, 2008 9:52 AM PST

I should clarify: the $360 price is usually without the "software update" pack that adds e-mail, Google Maps, notes, and the stock/weather widgets. It's closer to $380 with the pack built in, but if you can live without them, that makes it much more tempting. You can always add the software update pack later for $20 through iTunes.

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the N800 is very capable
by JonTitor / February 23, 2008 10:37 AM PST
In reply to: coool

even as a media player like any open device there's lots to choose
go here to see some things
of course it's not for everyone but anyone who likes a good open device that's a pretty good price too

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ipod classic skippin tracks
by milo_heat / March 15, 2008 10:00 AM PDT
In reply to: consider this

i really like the nokia
but right now i am really interested in the
ipod classic 80
everything about it is perfect
just that i have been hearing latley that
it skips
anyone have a clue about the ipod skipping??

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