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Am I a "good shopper" or simply too picky?

by herrdoktorgene / March 3, 2006 9:20 AM PST

I can't seem to find an MP3 player to meet all my needs. I'm going on a long bus trip soon and I won't have access to a charger, so it has to have a replaceable battery. It also has to be 1 gb, and be compatible with Napster or Rhapsody.

SOMEBODY HELP!

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Too picky probably...
by Renard04 / March 3, 2006 9:26 AM PST

What are "all of your needs"? Chances are you won't find anything to suit all of your needs. If the only 3 listed are them, then there are a number for you to select.

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if those are you needs...
by Chip_Leader / March 3, 2006 10:59 AM PST
In reply to: Too picky probably...

Sandisk Sansa M250. Subscription compatible with at least Rhapsody. replaceable batteries. Plus the M250 is a 2gb for about $120, which is close to the price for other 1 gb players. if you are going to be traveling, the more you can fit on the thing the better (obviously).

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Why are you going on a long bus ride?
by capt.john / March 3, 2006 11:20 AM PST

Yeah, the sandisk is a good idea.

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Thank you!
by herrdoktorgene / March 4, 2006 5:03 AM PST

Thanks, guys! you've helped a lot..if you have any other suggestions though I'm open to 'em

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sandisk m200 series
by ah36s91an / March 4, 2006 3:41 AM PST

it has all the things u will need

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