“The iPod is in a class by itself. Not only is the device inspired, the software it uses makes it easy to add and update music. In many ways, the iPod is the epitome of what good technology should be: easy to use and awfully fun,” Suzanne Choney writes for The San Diego Union-Tribune.
“It is also one of the most personal gadgets in the personal-technology universe… while iPods may look alike, each holds a key to its owner’s personality. In a country replete with strip malls, tract houses and big-box retailers, the iPod represents individuality. No two iPod owners will have the same music on their devices,” Choney writes. “Being able to carry your entire music collection on this one device, no matter where you go, makes 12-CD players in cars seem very 20th century.”
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