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  • That aside I still found it to be a great buy for a music fan without alot of extra cash to spend

    • by David
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      I recently bought a 2nd generation Apple iPod Shuffle the other day. Let me start by saying that it is a great buy for someone who wants to own an mp3 player, (especially and iPod) but is on a tight budget.

      The Shuffle is by far the cheapest iPod, costing only $79 retail (or $49

      if you buy a refurbished one on Apple.


      The Shuffle is also amazingly small, being about the width of two nickles, and the thickness of a couple of quarters.

      The shuffle packs a gigabyte of space in the small size which is enough to hold roughly 240 standard mp3s.

      Match these specs with a ...

      • 12 hour battery life and you can see what a great product this little thing really is.

        It is designed to be a clip that you can attach to your clothes making it easy to carry around while in use.

        The only real downside to this product is that it has no screen with which to view

        your music, a feature that is understandibly not included yet makes it harder to find the songs you are looking for.

        Selecting tracks on this thing is like having a CD player, only alot more songs.

        That aside I still found it to be a great buy for a music fan without alot of extra cash to spend.

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