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I'm still working on a lengthy post about the past week, but I also have a question for everyone out there unrelated to my very random life:

About 2 years ago, my "classic" iPod bit the dirt, and I didn't much miss it at the time. I eventually got a great deal on a wee little iPod Mini which I've used when I want to listen to music on the go. However. I would now like to start listening to books on an MP3 player, and I'm pretty sure the mini is too small to cut it. (For instance, GRRM's A Game of Thrones takes up about a gig of space, ripped from something like 40 CDs. Even the non-ripped digital versions to buy are massive.) So, I need to invest in something with a lot of storage space. Is a classic iPod still the way to go, or is there something better I should consider?

Date: 2010-07-01 09:15 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] alysbowie.livejournal.com
I bought an iPod classic (160GB) a couple years ago, and I have yet to completely fill it. As a music lover, podcast lover, and audiobook lover, I would definitely recommend it. It'd take quite awhile to fill every last MB. :)

Date: 2010-07-02 12:31 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] liaku.livejournal.com
iPod classic is still the way to go, unless you ever want to watch movies or any form of video, then go with the iPod Touch, but it likely won't hold as many books as you'd like. I've tried other products, and some of my friends are Apple haters, so I've messed with their mp3 players too, but nothing's surpassed the iPod line for longevity (and imo user-friendliness as well), so that's my $0.02.

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