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February 23, 2004

iPod mini has just one little drawback

  • The only thing you sacrifice is the amount of storage. The sound is as pristine, and the software is as easy to use as the iPod.
  • By MICHAEL FELBERBAUM
    Associated Press Writer

    Smaller, sleeker and even more portable than its big brother from Apple Computer Inc., the new iPod mini is a wonderful choice if you can live without as many songs.

    While the regular iPod has models capable of storing up to 10,000 songs, the 4-gigabyte iPod mini holds a mere 1,000 tracks and is only $50 cheaper than the $299 iPod model, which stores 3,700.


     
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