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iPod - The Perfect iPod


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How would you build the perfect iPod? Mine would be a 3G Nano with an anodized back and headphone port on top, maybe 16GB of storage like the Touch. Also, make it an inch taller to fit a bigger click wheel.

What would be your perfect iPod?
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a 160 GB iPod like the current classic, but with projection and built-in speakers!

so that it can project the movie onto a wall whilst the sound output comes from the iPod itself!

a long stretch, i know...

but perhaps steve jobs can make one before 2010?
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3G nano thats the same blue as the 2G ones....
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