Apple iPod & iPod touch

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    1. garrettgeepics 29 months ago | reply

      Had/have them both. Loved/love em both.

    2. callumchapman 29 months ago | reply

      10 years has made a big difference!

    3. adam.hyland 29 months ago | reply

      I like to imagine giant pockets were in vogue ten years ago.

    4. axemantitan 29 months ago | reply

      It was only 4.02 x 2.43 x 0.78 inches, about the size of a pack of playing cards. Not that big.

      www.everymac.com/systems/apple/ipod/specs/ipod.html

    5. Vertigo666 29 months ago | reply

      Moore's law in action.

    6. polerixsys 29 months ago | reply

      iPods are opposite of women.
      I got mine thin, now it's bigger.
      On the outside, and the inside.

      She gave me a Nano, and a Shuffle, too.
      I love all of them.

    7. noahmittman 29 months ago | reply

      What an amazing little device that original iPod was when it hit the scene. It was like the first sign that the future was finally arriving.

    8. BlueisCoool 29 months ago | reply

      What a big difference. Who says bigger is always better ?

    9. UncleRojelio 29 months ago | reply

      I've got one of each and several in between.

    10. Logiix 29 months ago | reply

      I recall the days of Firewire charging and black and white screen's oh how far we have come, can't wait to see what we will be using in just 10 more years!

    11. scottishwildcat 29 months ago | reply

      And in quite a few ways, the original iPod is still better... more robust, more usable by touch without having to look at the screen (which is handy when the thing is in your pocket most of the time), and quicker sync speeds over firewire. And the click wheel was genius, far more elegant than the touchscreen equivalent.

    12. estebansteven 29 months ago | reply

      You can't see it in the picture, but the current model (flash storage - no moving parts) takes a jostling much better than the hard drive iPod, plus you don't hear the whirring of the hard drive. And the iPod 1.0 is heavy. The scroll wheel was pure genius though.

      Half the original price and exponentially more functionality.

    13. Vertigo666 29 months ago | reply

      The scroll wheel was awesome; the middle button was not. Every single iPod I've owned had the middle button break.

    14. Veganwheatfree 29 months ago | reply

      Pretty amazing. My first gen Nano is among those that could start fires. . .the 8th gen one died due to dampness. I'm eager to see if the first Nano is as much fun as my I pod touch!

    15. dusted 29 months ago | reply

      I still use my original iPod (as a mini home stereo). I love that thing irrationally.

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