Thursday, September 08, 2005

Ipod Mini, reborn diskless



As predicted, but sooner than expected: Apple replaces the Ipod Mini with a diskless wonder.

5 comments:

Architect said...

"Sometime within the next several months, Sony, or one of its competitors (Apple), will get their act together. They'll come out with a device (Ipod Nano) that does all that the Ipod does, and all that the NW-E507 does, and it'll plug straight into a USB port (thru dock). They'll offer software that's at least as functional as Itunes (iTunes), only open to more than one music store.

And then, the Ipod bubble will burst." (Apple's demise has been predicted for years. The iPod isn't a hula hoop. It is an evolving product from a company that understands that form follows function.)

bargerstock said...

I am pleased to see this predicted development. My son bought a 20GB iPod (4th generation) in late August of last year. We sent it in for service when its hard drive failed in late winter. Last week, the replacement unit failed behaving like its predecessor and making the same noises. We unfortunately didn't but the extended care plan, leaving us in the position of having to pay nearly the sales price to Apple for another replacement unit, or work with a third party for repair or parts. I really think think diskless is the way to go.

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