“Finally, somebody has outdone the iPod. After years of unsuccessful attempts by Creative, Dell, Rio, Samsung and others to knock Apple’s MP3 player off its pedestal, we’ve got a player that makes the iPod seem like the oversize, clunky relic it (now) is,” Rob Pegoraro writes for The Washington Post.
“That player is Apple’s iPod mini, a $249 gadget not much bigger than a cell phone. On sale starting Friday, it packs the old iPod’s virtues into a smaller, lighter, sturdier, more elegant and cheaper design,” Pegoraro writes.
“Just like its older sibling, the iPod mini stores days’ worth of music in the MP3 and AAC formats, including downloads from Apple’s iTunes Music Store. It fits in any pocket and quickly connects to any moderately new PC or Mac,” Pegoraro writes.
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