- Mon Jan 01, 2007 3:51 pm
Sorry wrh, it's that old thing about sarcasm not always coming through in text. I've heard of those other models, but IMO, everything else out there is just trying to play catch-up to the ipod. I've got a nano 4g and it's great. It'll hold about 800-1000 songs which is all I need, I can put pics on it as well, it's really small/light, and interfaces flawlessly w/iTunes. But like most things, what model you choose all depends on what you want it for. From the memory descriptions of models you're considering, it looks like you're mainly looking for something to just store a reasonable amount of tunes on, right?The regular ipods have gotten to the point where they have so much memory its almost overkill IMO, unless you're going to be using it as a back-up drive (which isn't a bad idea, but there are way cheaper backup drives out there) or storing/watching videos on it, etc.**Btw, if you go with a nano, when you import your music into your iTunes library, import it as AAC files rather than MP3. Essentially the same sound quality but significantly smaller file size, which will allow you to fit quite a bit more music on your ipod.
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