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    Default MP3 Player vs iPod?

    My MP3 player has died and I need a new one as I use it 5-6 times a week when I go to the gym.

    Is there any real difference between an MP3 player and an iPod other than the brand? What would you recommend and why?

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    Imp3 players don't come bigger than 16gb at the very biggest (as far as i could find last year while searching)

    For me, the size was the unhappy deciding factor
    I wanted my full library available...and thats over 50GB

    If i was happy with a few playlists, i would sty far far far away from apple, cause they make it super difficult to switch brands down the track

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    If you use it for the gym, buy an ipod shuffle. They are only $40-50, and they are little and clip on to your shirt or pants so it's not cumbersome. I've used mine to death and it's still going strong. I've also owned a cheap MP3 clip on, and the battery life of a shuffle is far superior.
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    iPod you use iTunes to organize your music (which some love and some hate), MP3 player you should just be able to drag and drop.


 

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