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    Thursday, July 06, 2006

    Portable Music players

    For months now I've been wanting to get a new portable music player. I have a small Creative MuVo that my wife and I share for cardo at the gym but I want something that I can put a lot of music on and use in the office or when traveling. Any one have suggestions? I know the iPod is great but are there other devices I should consider?

    I hear Microsoft is planning an iPod "killer" for later this year.

    3 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    I've had about 8 different brands and models over 3 years. I've had my current I-River player for the last two years. I think that tells you how happy I am with it. IPods require ITunes - I hated it. Look for a player which handles UMS - USB Mass Storage protocol. If it does, it works just like a USB key or your digital camera - just drag and drop.

    Anonymous said...

    I've had about 8 different brands and models over 3 years. I've had my current I-River player for the last two years. I think that tells you how happy I am with it. IPods require ITunes - I hated it. Look for a player which handles UMS - USB Mass Storage protocol. If it does, it works just like a USB key or your digital camera - just drag and drop.

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