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iPod Shuffle

by MeanDonnaJean / June 22, 2008 10:44 AM PDT

Can anybody gimme some input as to this tiny funny-lookin' device they call an iPod Shuffle? I can't believe how cheap it is compared to the prices of other iPods, and therefore I wonder just how good it can be. My son has a Zune which has already been "in the shop" once (due to his "big-bull-in-a-china-shop" ways) and I refuse to put out that kinda money again to purchase another device in that big-money-for-me category. So anything ya can tell me about the Shuffle will help. Thanx to all.

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okay for a kid
by ktreb / June 22, 2008 2:09 PM PDT
In reply to: iPod Shuffle

It's an okay sounding player. It's pretty sturdy as it is made of aluminum and doesn't have a screen. However, its size make it really easy to misplace/lose. I've misplaced it several times and I'm an adult. Actually, I don't even use mine anymore. I have more expensive iPods and I prefer them. I have a SanDisk Sansa Clip and I prefer that over the Shuffle for sound quality as well as value.

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Soooo.....
by MeanDonnaJean / June 23, 2008 7:04 AM PDT
In reply to: okay for a kid

....for an almost 16 year old who's constantly losin'/breakin'/missin' things, the Shuffle ain't such a good thing then. I reckon he'll just have to stick with the Zune....which is now officially his #2 player but I think that too is on its last leg. His first one was a Creative Zen (or somethin' like that) but that didn't last too long either. Oh well, whadda ya gonna do with these kids! Just want ya to know that I appreciate yer honesty. And hey, ya don't feel like donatin' that unused Shuffle of yers to a kid whose gonna turn 16 on the first, do ya? Wink Thanx again.

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