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I just picked up a black 2GB Nano and dear god this thing is small. It makes my iPod Mini look huge. I haven't had a chance to really play with it yet, waiting for it to charge.
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As much as I'd like to have one because of the coolness factor, I just don't NEED it. Yeah, I can store 1,000 songs on it, but I'm still only going to listen to the same 3 over and over again. :P
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I got the cheap one, 2GB, about 500 songs. My Mini is 4GB, holds 1000 songs, I dont think I've ever had more than 400 on it at any time. And I dont really need it (definately dont need two) but I like being able to listen to music anywhere. Plus they're cool.
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I have a MPio player that is smaller than the Nano but it only has 256 mb internal memory. I added a 512 card. The number of songs they brag about depends on the compression chosen. I can only get about 50 songs on the internal memory and another 100 or so on the card - which is the equivalent of 10 Cds or so. Still, the size is important when jogging or at the beach. I am looking at the Nano, though so I don't have to keep moving the songs around or deleting them. I could never go back to a Cd Walkman.
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One problem with the Nano, its too damn pretty to use like I used my Mini. I dont want to take it running/biking because then it might end up looking like my Mini does now. Plus the screens on the Nano are supposedly easy to scratch.
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One problem with the Nano, its too damn pretty to use like I used my Mini.  I dont want to take it running/biking because then it might end up looking like my Mini does now.  Plus the screens on the Nano are supposedly easy to scratch.

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My coworker here has a black Nano. The screen isn't the only easily scratched surface on the thing. If you like your stuff to remain shiny, I'd get a carrying case (if they make them), as your fingernail is enough to scuff the finish on it.
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I've got a mini which I use in the car and a shuffle I use for running. The nano is sweet, but I don't need one, and my Mac is an older one without USB 2.0 Filling 4 gigs up on regular USB would be like a musical taffy-pull.
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I love my click wheel ipod...i have all 2500 songs on it too, and i actually listen to them all. some much more frequently than others...but i do listen to them all.
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Many panel members liked the new speedometer in the 2006 Honda Civic, saying it made it easy to observe the car's speed without taking their eyes off the road.


Well, I would have a hard time keeping my face out of the barf bag!
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Many panel members liked the new speedometer in the 2006 Honda Civic, saying it made it easy to observe the car's speed without taking their eyes off the road.

Well, I would have a hard time keeping my face out of the barf bag!

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A bit lost are we?
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One problem with the Nano, its too damn pretty to use like I used my Mini.  I dont want to take it running/biking because then it might end up looking like my Mini does now.  Plus the screens on the Nano are supposedly easy to scratch.

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I have a clear iSkinz on my mini iPod that I can pull of and scrub. It has savet the finish on my mini many times over.
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