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KKKL
Aug 21, 2005, 11:12 PM
Apple iPod Shuffle (4 GB) now available from this shopping website
http://www3.shopping.com/xPF-Apple_iPod_Shuffle_4_GB



besler3035
Aug 21, 2005, 11:17 PM
I remember seeing this same site earlier this summer...old news.

PlaceofDis
Aug 21, 2005, 11:19 PM
hahahaha.... not on apple's site means its not real.

Xephian
Aug 21, 2005, 11:24 PM
Maybe it will be on Apple's site after the Paris Expo.

Chundles
Aug 21, 2005, 11:34 PM
They also list a 2GB one, but at the moment, no dice.

A 4GB shuffle would be borderline horrible, 1000 songs at random, heellll no, a 4GB iPod needs a screen, there's no way around it. Playing with that many songs needs some form of organisation and a way to view what's on there. I'd put more credence into the rumour of a 4GB flash based iPod mini now that Samsung has reportedly dropped the price of it's 4GB flash modules by 50% making them equal in price to the HDD's used in the current minis.

It would make for a wonderful device, ultra long battery life, you could make it thinner or keep it the same thickness and throw in a massive battery. Be good for the gym junkies too, they can show off a fully featured iPod now instead of tucking a shuffle somewhere out of the way.

quackattack
Aug 21, 2005, 11:41 PM
Had me going for a moment. :o

Andrew K.
Mar 15, 2009, 03:19 AM
They also list a 2GB one, but at the moment, no dice.

A 4GB shuffle would be borderline horrible, 1000 songs at random, heellll no, a 4GB iPod needs a screen, there's no way around it. Playing with that many songs needs some form of organisation and a way to view what's on there. I'd put more credence into the rumour of a 4GB flash based iPod mini now that Samsung has reportedly dropped the price of it's 4GB flash modules by 50% making them equal in price to the HDD's used in the current minis.

It would make for a wonderful device, ultra long battery life, you could make it thinner or keep it the same thickness and throw in a massive battery. Be good for the gym junkies too, they can show off a fully featured iPod now instead of tucking a shuffle somewhere out of the way.

I thought this was a newer thread but man was I wrong. Wow a look a what we expected 4 years ago :eek: ( check date of original thread it's 2005 ) weird to think now there is a 4gb shuffle and not once did I think having 1000 songs on a shuffe would be horrible, maybe because of the playlist support.

Chundles
Mar 15, 2009, 03:32 AM
They also list a 2GB one, but at the moment, no dice.

A 4GB shuffle would be borderline horrible, 1000 songs at random, heellll no, a 4GB iPod needs a screen, there's no way around it. Playing with that many songs needs some form of organisation and a way to view what's on there. I'd put more credence into the rumour of a 4GB flash based iPod mini now that Samsung has reportedly dropped the price of it's 4GB flash modules by 50% making them equal in price to the HDD's used in the current minis.

It would make for a wonderful device, ultra long battery life, you could make it thinner or keep it the same thickness and throw in a massive battery. Be good for the gym junkies too, they can show off a fully featured iPod now instead of tucking a shuffle somewhere out of the way.

Hah! That's gold!

I think from now on I'll just poo-poo everything and make them all come true many years in the future.

Apple will never make a computer with the power of a Mac Pro that can fit in your pocket and only cost $5. It would be horrible, nobody would ever want to buy it.

Andrew K.
Mar 15, 2009, 04:15 AM
Hah! That's gold!

I think from now on I'll just poo-poo everything and make them all come true many years in the future.

Apple will never make a computer with the power of a Mac Pro that can fit in your pocket and only cost $5. It would be horrible, nobody would ever want to buy it.

LMAO @ poo-poo everything!!!:D hahaha Genius strategy!

bartelby
Mar 15, 2009, 04:19 AM
Hah! That's gold!

I think from now on I'll just poo-poo everything and make them all come true many years in the future.

Apple will never make a computer with the power of a Mac Pro that can fit in your pocket and only cost $5. It would be horrible, nobody would ever want to buy it.

Well Thread 500 seemed to work in the same way.

I reckon your Mac Pro idea is bloody stupid too. No-one would buy it...