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Written on: 30/01/2010 by livingworld39 (2 reviews written)
The music quality is quite good, I love the interface and the automatically created play lists like the 25 Most Played, Recently Added Files, 90's Music are all quite helpful. The songs are all classified either according to the album, artist or genre. Alternatively you can browse through all the songs. You can also save notepad files on your iPod which you can read (if you can read extremely tiny font size..). You can also save your photos run a slideshow with it too. Unlike a CD… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/12/2005 by h8ster (1 review written)
I have got an Apple iPod Mini MP3 player, and I love it! My brother has the iPod Photo, and we both love them. The only minor problems are that it is difficult to rip from a CD to iTunes. It is faster to rip to Windows Media Player and to then transfer to iTunes. It is still nothing but fun, and it has a simple layout and is easy to use. It has no rubbish, tacky or cheap buttons!… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/12/2002 by G4ME. (1 review written)
I got my 5 gig the day it came out, and have never regreted the money spent, not only is it an MP3 player but I can also throw some files on it and use it as a fire wire HD, talk about easy, plug it in and away it goes, snycing all my MP3s, dates, contacts, I mean can this get any better?… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2002 by mlsw1. (1 review written)
Where the Apple iPod portable MP3 player wins is storage density, other multi-GB players are considerably larger.
But compared to a portable audio products from, say, Sony, Sharp etc., Apple's inexperience shows. The user interface is so-so rather than great. In my opinion, they have paid more attention to form than function.
Whilst 'navigation' to tracks is efficient, operation is another matter, fast fwd/rev are far too slow, you cannot 'reverse into' a track, iPod loses it's place… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2002 by Huw. (1 review written)
The Apple iPod portable MP3 player is a dream machine: clean clear and classy sound, hyper-fast at downloading music (it takes seconds to update with whole CDs thanks to the Firewire connection), slick controls that are easy-to-use. It's made me start to convert all my legacy cassettes and LPs (anyone remember them?) to mp3, and it's so small it goes with me everywhere. Brilliant! The best thing I've bought in years!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/01/2002 by marx. (1 review written)
The Apple iPod is the number 1 portable mp3 player on the market. It sports a firewire connection to load around a 1000 mp3's in seconds. Excellent interface which makes synchronization with your desktop computer possible… Read Full Review
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