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H320 as a portable hd?

by jcmonty / January 5, 2005 9:22 AM PST

I am considering buying a h320 or an ipod. So far, I am leaning towards the h320 because of the extra features, and basically everyone has an ipod at my school. Anyways, does the h320 act as a portable hd; can I transfer any sort of files? Thanks

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by jcmonty / January 6, 2005 7:21 AM PST
In reply to: H320 as a portable hd?

Anyone know about this??

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re: H320 as a portable hd?
by salbiani / January 14, 2005 12:53 AM PST
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I just bought an h320 a few days ago and i can confirm for you that you can use it as an external hard drive. In fact that is the best way to add non-DRM music to it since the port you will plug it into is USB 2.0. Now if you don?t have or want any DRM music, it is my understanding that you can upgrade the firmware to the international version and gain the ability to play videos. If you google it you can find tons of info on the subject.

Hope this helps

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