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Which NEW iPod did/will you purchase?
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I bought the iPhone 4gb model, because I already have an iPod video, and a shuffle.

I really didn't need the iPhone, but I really wanted it. At $299 it was a price I could deal with.
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I can see some negative rep coming this way...
but in my hounest opinion there is nothing special about these new ipods
ipod classic, 160?
WHo In the right mind has a 160GB music collection?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

The ipod nano is now the size of a brick
and the new ipod shuffle colours are just plain nasty, where did they get there inspiration from? A rasberry bush?

The only one i like is the ipod touch
Scroll through your music, however they are having a bit of a joke, over 240 for a bit of equipment with less functionality than my mobile phone, tempting to show off but i think not.

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i am planning on picking up a 8gb iphone and maybe an ipod classic to hold all my songs
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i am going for the touch , cuase first i have an old crappy mini. Second its great for movies, and music plus it has wi-fi with full web browsing which is great.



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I can see some negative rep coming this way...
but in my hounest opinion there is nothing special about these new ipods
ipod classic, 160?
WHo In the right mind has a 160GB music collection?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

The ipod nano is now the size of a brick
and the new ipod shuffle colours are just plain nasty, where did they get there inspiration from? A rasberry bush?

The only one i like is the ipod touch
Scroll through your music, however they are having a bit of a joke, over 240 for a bit of equipment with less functionality than my mobile phone, tempting to show off but i think not.

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I pretty much agree. The new iPod Nanos shouldn't have had video shoved into them. It makes them too big. I thought the whole point of buying a Nano, besides smaller size, was that you didn't need or want video.
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I can see some negative rep coming this way...
but in my hounest opinion there is nothing special about these new ipods
ipod classic, 160?
WHo In the right mind has a 160GB music collection?!?!?!?!?!?!?!
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Well, some people have several hours of video, (me), so it makes perfect sense. I won't be buying one though because I have an iphone and a 60gb video already.
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i imported an 8gb iphone

I am interested in iPod Touch, but i'll hold onto it until a 30GB or bigger version comes out next year.. until then the iphone and it 8gb would be fine!

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Went with the 16BG ipod touch...I've been patiently waiting for the new gen ever since I left my 30GB ipod video on an airplane in April!
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Ordered a 16GB iPod Touch. I prefer the new Nano over the old ones, but the Nano never really interested me.

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I want the iPhone (refurbished 8GB iPhone is only $349! Just $50 more on top of the 8GB Touch), but in addition to the cost, I will be stuck with AT&T $60 per month for at least 2 years (currently very happy on prepaid). That makes the iPhone very expensive! So the next closest thing is the Touch. Alas, it's not coming until the end of the month (I want to play with it first). Maybe the 3G nano too? Gosh, they're pokemon in real life! Gotta catch'em all!
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Gosh, they're pokemon in real life! Gotta catch'em all!
rofl... thats so true... got to catch my macbook (coming next tuesday), the new iMac, iPod touch, iPhone and most of all, iMBroke
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mikeyman, agreed mostly but there are some with quite LARGE music collections! Baggss for one, and I probably have 80 GB or more, but like someone else pointed out, Videos take up even more room!

I love the touch. Just what I was waiting for.
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itouch for me
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I am hoping my first ipod will be the ipod touch.
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