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  • Before You Get That iPod...

    You might wanna check this thing out before spending 300 dollars!


    mobiBLU

    It's pretty much the same thing, but cheaper! It's smaller too!




    So don't order that iPod for your kids just yet! Check this out first.

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    Thanks for that big heads up. The son want an iPod and we flat out said no because of the $300 price tag.
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    • #3
      Those are neat I've seen them at walmart there so small they cant tell you have it great for when your somewhere boring.

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      • #4
        They come in a color assortment and a 512 and 1 gig version.

        I still love my ipod though, a little bit of size to it, means I can find it quicker and ot holds 5000 songs.
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        • #5
          1 GB? That's not that many songs. I'd probably crush the poor little thing too.

          I'm not buying an Ipod, but a third of the price for about a 30th of the capacity doesn't seem like that big of a steal.


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          • #6
            Ipod $300 for 20 GB

            other mp3 pplayers are about $100 for 1 GB

            some one needs to do better pricing.
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            • #7
              Realistically the greater the capacity of the mp3 player the better the savings per byte of music. A 20 gig iPod is actually a better deal at $300 than a 1 gig player at $130. It's easy math but it depends on budget I guess. I'm thinking about getting an iPod with a 20 gig hard drive and that would hold my entire music collection (about 4000 songs) and then some.

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              • #8
                I wouldn't want to get caught carrying something like that retarded cube around. What the hell were they thinking making a cube? And how do you push the buttons when they're so small and so close together? Does it have an LCD screen? At some point, these things begin to get too small and lose function. I love my video iPod, wouldn't trade it for any other mp3 player.

                Hell, screw all mp3 players, go vinyl!
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                • #9
                  actually, the ipod now comes in 4 different Flavors,

                  the nano 4 GB (500 Songs) for 200, and the nano 6B for 250 (1,000 songs)
                  also the Ipod with Video Playback (can play movies, tv shows, music videos)
                  Ipod Video 30 GB = 300 dollars
                  Ipod Video 60 GB = 400 dollars

                  for me, the ipod video 30 GB is the best deal in MP3 players and one of the best ones money can buy, but if ur going for cost, id consider the nano 4GB, or maybe check ebay for older generation Ipods, where u mite get a 20 GB for about 150.
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                    • #11
                      I've talked about it for like 6 months on here now but when somebody "popular" like mr.popularity invesco over here posts it it gets attention. i hate it when nobody listens to me
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Reidman
                        Realistically the greater the capacity of the mp3 player the better the savings per byte of music. A 20 gig iPod is actually a better deal at $300 than a 1 gig player at $130. It's easy math but it depends on budget I guess. I'm thinking about getting an iPod with a 20 gig hard drive and that would hold my entire music collection (about 4000 songs) and then some.
                        yeah but think quality not quantity.
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                        • #13
                          Did you say something, tpryce93?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Invesco
                            Did you say something, tpryce93?
                            that's not funny
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                            We miss 'ya brother dime. We know your up there jamming with Cliff and Chuck. Stay metal :salute: :rockon:

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                            • #15
                              Snk i would probably eat the thing on accident

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                              or untill something better comes along

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