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Unpacking the new iPod

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by Steven, Oct 18, 2005.

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    omg have we got to the stage when we want to see someone unpacking a new ipod. :suicide:
     
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    Its not the packaging we are looking at, well maybe a glance, its the iPod itself, and the photos next to the old one.
     
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    Anyone else think that it just looks like a large Nano, in respect to the material that is used :eek:

    Just think if this suffers from the scratching like the Nano, with that big screen it would be a total pain in the ass :thumbsdow
     
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    lol, yeah, its for pics of the iPod, as nice the packaging is

    P.S for those who are new (welcome) I have never owned an iPod, so I'm not some fanboy reporting everything iPod
     
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    I can't beleive they have dumped the in-line remote! One of the things which would have made me switch from Sony to Apple (not that I ever would) would have been in inclusion of a remote with an actual screen, not those crappy ones with just buttons
     
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    There's also a discussion at head-fi forums
     
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    Bit of a thread Hi-Jack

    Do you have to use I Tunes to load the new ipods?

    I currently use ephpod to load my 2nd generation ipod, and these new ones look V Similar (they dont look like rounded plastic toys anymore :smashin: ) so I am tempted to upgrade.
     

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