Written on: 08/06/2012
Okay, I'm going to have to flip-flop on this. Last time, I touted the full-version iPod over the mini, but your reply made a good case for the mini. 256MB isn't very much, unsles you are going to change your line up of music every other day. I have 128MB in my Tungsten, which is enough for about two albums in AAC format, but after the first couple of days and songs start repeating, you'll realize how little capacity that is. 256 is indeed better than 128, but obviously none of that holds a candle to 4GB.Of course, this only applies if, unlike myself, you'd rather have a certain selection of songs with you most of the time. I get addicted to certain albums at a time, so for me, the mini's probably the best choice, so that I can get a break from something every now and then.As always, your mileage may vary.
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