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iPod - IPod Classic 80Gb x 120Gb


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I've got a IPod Classic 80Gb and, apart from the fact that is heavy, I love it.
The 120Gb is much lighter. Can anyone tell me if the Classic 120Gb battery is as good as the 80Gb, which last forever before charges and I use it day & night.

And which other improvements, if any, have been made in the 120 Gb? I've seen one in obsidian color (I think they call it black) and it's absolutely divine.
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I just picked up an iPod Classic 120Gb today, the tech specs says it'll run for 36 hours on a full charge for audio playback, this comes from the Apple website.

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