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Apple 10 GB iPod (M8740LL/A, July 2002 Version)

Apple 10 GB iPod (M8740LL/A, July 2002 Version)

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Rating: 5 stars
Summary: best mp3 player ever
Review: This is the best mp3 player on the market. There are other less expensive mp3 players but you get what you pay for. The form factor on the mp3 player is better than other mp3 players that have the same storage capacity. It is a sturdy, well built, and the sound is absolutely wonderful. I highly recommend this to anyone with a large mp3 collection or anyone who doesn't want to carry truckloads of CDs.

Rating: 5 stars
Summary: Apple's Seeds of Joy
Review: Just got the 10-gig I-pod Friday (picked up on sale as Apple is dropping 10-gig in favor of "mini" and "15-gig"). All I can say is awesome. I never had Apple before and was skeptical. But all my fears were erased. I have a 6 month-old Compaq at home and had no problems getting the two to sync up. Literally "plug and play". Bonus is, if your Windows PC has a newer fire-wire port, it will even charge the I-pod while downloading music. I have about 250 songs (20 albums) on it right now, and using just over 2-gig. I read a lot about people having problems sync-ing their window-based PCs to I-pod. Based on my experience, I can only guess they are using older PCs (I have a pentium-4, 2.2, 256). One tip, if you're "ripping" CDs to put on your I-pod, be logged into the web. I-tunes will literally fill out all the song/track information for you (a little tid-bit I found by accident).

Rating: 1 stars
Summary: Nomad beats the Ipod by a Mile
Review: I bought one of the Windows Ipods when they first came out and have had nothing but trouble with the software for downloading music and books (Audible). Music and books would have gaps or be completly unplayable. I would advise looking at the user comments on Apples own web site before buying one of these.

Rating: 5 stars
Summary: What I Like About My iPod
Review: My Mom Bought Me My iPod In April 2003 At CompUSA. And I Really Like It. After I Unpack The iPod, I Charged It, And I Install The iPod Software. The Software Comes With The MusicMatch Jukebox Program. But My Computer Already Have MusicMatch Jukebox. I Sometimes Use My Remote To Operate My iPod. Someday I Can Bring My iPod To School (...). I Usually Listen To It When I'm Going Out With My Family Or Going To My Friend's House. I Don't Really Store My Friends' Phone Numbers And Addresses In My iPod Because I Use My PDA To Store My Friends' Phone Numbers And Addresses. I Also Don't Store My Appointments And Events In The Calendars Because I Don't Know How To Download It. Also, I Use My PDA To Store It. In The Future, At Least In The Year 2010. My Younger Sister Eileen Could Get Herself One, If She Has Any CDs. Eileen Already Got Herself A Computer And Her Computer Has A FireWire Port.

Rating: 3 stars
Summary: Good player but not the most intuitive
Review: Great - but sometimes had to get going. You should download Ephpod - especially if you are on a Windows machine.

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