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iPod nano - 9/8/2005 6:10:10 AM   

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I just noticed Apple released a slick little iPod (The iPod Nano) and it looks pretty cool.  It comes in a 2GB or 4GB model.  What I want to know is if it is a flash player or some micro hard disc.  I am more interested in a flash player.  If anyone knows anything about it, please post.

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RE: iPod nano - 9/8/2005 9:21:28 AM   

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Well, I just got an e-mail from eCost and they have the 2GB iPod nano listed for US $194.00 (Sept 8, 2005) and the 4GB iPod nano listed for US $244.00 (Sept 8, 2005).  I think it lists for $199.00 US and $249.00 US.

I suspect the links won't be there long...  It just came out.  I'd like to see reviews and know if it is a flash or mini hard disc player.  I guess it will replace the iPod Mini.

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RE: iPod nano - 9/8/2005 10:59:41 AM   

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RE: iPod nano - 9/9/2005 6:23:46 AM   

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seems a very slick designed player, but...maybe too expensive?

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RE: iPod nano - 9/9/2005 8:42:05 PM   

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I disagree, at least until I read a few reviews.  I paid around $135 US a few months back for a SanDisk DAP 1GB flash player.  I don't think $250 US is too bad for a 4GB player with a color screen.

For now, I'm looking forward to reading some good reviews and hoping one of these little beasts ends up in my stocking this Christmas!!!

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RE: iPod nano - 9/23/2005 7:35:04 PM   

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Broke down and got one, and what a fine device it is.  Though I have large hands, this thing isn't bad to handle and control.  Apple sure knows how to make quality MP3/AAC players.  Adding a radio tuner would have been nice, but for my use, this will be fine.  I also have a SanDisk DAP SDMX1 1GB player for the FM need... But the 4GB iPod nano is, as my 11-year old niece would say, "The Bomb".

Now to get some accessories for it... Dock, headphones, etc.

If anyone is looking for a flash player, look no further than the iPod nano.  Excellent player!!!

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