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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.
    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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