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poisonarrow

Whoa, this thread is getting a lot of posts rapidly. :woot:

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Steven

the stream is bad looking, but the iPod mini looks quite ugly :(

the buttons are on the scroll wheel.

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Dazzla

Size of a business card:

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Dazzla

Buttons built into the solid state scroll wheel:

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Steven

Both cables (USB2 and Firewire) included and a new belt clip

16x more storage

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Steven

COLORS!!!

SILVER, GOLD , BLUE, GREEN

ALUMINUM.. MAC OR PC

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Dazzla

Comes in colors as well, anodized aluminium so it looks bad in screens but feels same as powerbooks:

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ClintEastman

It's nice and small, just too much money!

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poisonarrow

It will also be available in gold, blue, pink green colours.

They'll be shipping them this month in America, and in April worldwide.

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jaffa

it's quite nice.. but quite expensive.. 50 buck more you get the 15Gb version :huh:

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whipper25

nice...the price is reasonable i say..4gb, tiny form factor..need to see the full specs though

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tronmaster

iPod mini!

Darn it...$249.00

I still want one....nice colors and so dang small!

So who's buying one?

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Dazzla

Nice and slim:

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meamog

Maybe it's just me, but i'd think "the best $50 you've ever spent" would be upgrading from a 4gb iPod mini to a real 15 gig iPod.

my 2 cents... it looks nice, but needs to be cheaper.

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aristotle-dude

Pricey? 50 buck more for 4 GB instead of 256mb. How much does an extra 256mb card cost? How much would a 256mb flash player with even 3 extra flash cards cost (for a gig of storage)? I'd venture more than 50 bucks.

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ClintEastman

And it's over....

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Redestium

Wow that was just lame....5 gigs to the low end ipod :(

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BroChaos

****ing a, that is the ****. wonder if there's any new features to compete with the other players. and yeah, the price could be a bit cheaper...

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DirtyLarry
Maybe it's just me, but i'd think "the best $50 you've ever spent" would be upgrading from a 4gb iPod mini to a real 15 gig iPod.

my 2 cents... it looks nice, but needs to be cheaper.

its not just you... i agree 110%... jobs kept stressing the fact its only 50$ more than other flash payers... while this is true for 50$ more you can get the 15 GB version... so it seems like a no brainer to me which one is the one to purchase... still the "coolness" factor of having one should push its sales through the roof...

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MLapointe

I think they almost want people to upgrade to the 15GB IPOD and to be honest I think that is what I'm going to do. When you look at the fact that you get the USB2 cable included I will have to see if that is an extra charge on the new 15GB Ipod because if it isn't included than you can bet your arse that will bump the price up too 340 easilly.

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jaffa

im kinda dissapointed though.. :(

i'd expected a nice mini ipod. this is not bad.. but i expected something more.. uhm flashhy maybe .. with nice curves :shifty:

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BroChaos

do we know what media the 4gb is? it can't be a hard drive, is it? and i didn't think they made 4gb flash media...

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