ANOTHER Nano rip-off!

Discussion in 'iPod' started by MIDI_EVIL, Apr 23, 2006.

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    MIDI_EVIL

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    MacBoobsPro

    #2
    Have you noticed how that piece of **** only works on PCs? We mac users seem get overlooked when it comes to quality stuff like that. Its such a shame!

    :D
     
  3. Demi-God (Moderator emeritus)

    EricNau

    #3
    Not really. It doesn't have the click-wheel, so no one could accidentally mistake it for a real iPod.

    That said, I'm sure the design was inspired by the iPod.
     
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    MIDI_EVIL

    #4
    There's always room for some pedantry.:rolleyes:

    The click-wheel aside, that is a complete and utter rip-off.

    Rich.
     
  5. macrumors 6502

    #5
    Maybe it's just me, but they don't look all that similar. They're both rectangles with the controls below the screen, but 90% of mp3 players are.
     
  6. macrumors 6502a

    #6
    i hate that (Dixons) website.

    does anyone else find it consistently slow with firefox and safari?
     
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    MIDI_EVIL

    #7
    It's a terrible site.

    Rich.
     
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    calebjohnston

    #8
    Yeah, took forever to load for me. That said, that mp3 player is just another generic iPod rip-off. There are plenty. Nothing to get riled up about.
     
  9. Demi-God (Moderator emeritus)

    EricNau

    #9
    There's always time to bow down to Apple and hail them creators of the universe. :rolleyes:

    Let's be honest; Apple didn't patent the "black rectangle." The click wheel is what really makes an iPod an iPod. Without the click wheel, it's just another rectangle.
     
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    MIDI_EVIL

    #10
    You are good.

    If you read my original post, i was just wondering how a company can release something so very close to an exsisting product, without feeling embarressed for their unoriginality.

    I'm no Apple fanboi, i just believe in originality. Something this product is considerably lacking.

    Rich.
     
  11. Demi-God (Moderator emeritus)

    EricNau

    #11
    Ask Microsoft, they should know. :rolleyes: :p :D
     
  12. Ish
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    Ish

    #12
    The concept is similar, but with that strange amoeba-like object instead of a click wheel, I don't think I'd call it a rip off. A bit clunky IMO
     
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    dornoforpyros

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    Steve Jobs invented walking upright :)
     

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