Pocketsized mp3 player or CDsized 10GB HD jukebox?

endless_n00b

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I am torn on what to get.

I like how small some of the 64 - 128 mb mp3 players are, some are the size of a beeper.

But then I see a 10-15 gig mp3/portable HD for the same amount of money, and I think why bother with 64mb? I could back up the HD from my desktop on that thing and still have room for 100s of songs!! Of course its physically bigger than the tiny pocket sized ones, but its no bigger than my old Sony discman.

What do you guys think? And whats a good model to get?

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you can get small players that store huge amounts of information and thus loads of songs,

Apple's Ipod comes in a flavour for windows now.

it's pocket sized and can be 20gb in size.

mmm i sound like an advert! i'm sure there are other small sized mp3 players out there though :)
 
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agreed, Ipods for windows are the perfect memory and physical size. They cost a lot now and you'll need a firewire port. Just don't get anything fron D-link!!!!
 
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