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  • If you want an all-round machine I'd definitely go for a top-end mobile phone rather than a dedicated mp3 player
  • But if you just want a dedicated mp3 music files player then the iPod Nano is one of the best

    • by A. S. Beckett
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      I feel that the iPod Nano is limited in use as it doesn’t have a radio and it doesn’t have a built in FM transmittor. I would like to be able to listen to my music on my car speakers but in order

      to do this I had to buy a Belkin FM transmitter and then I have to plug this into my iPod every time I get into the car. Other MP3 player have built-in transmitters so why can’t iPods? Also, why can’t they just ...

      • build-in a radio? I sometimes end up just using my Sony Ericsson phone which has a memory stick which I can load with songs from my laptop via bluetooth. If you want an all-round machine I’d definitely go for a top-end mobile
        phone rather than a dedicated mp3 player. It means you only have to carry one device around with you and it works out much cheaper too. But if you just want a dedicated mp3 music files player then the iPod Nano is one of the best.



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