Apple iPod blows away mobile music challengers with 20 point...

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    mkrishnan

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    I am astonished...nay...flabbergasted, at the idea that it could be easier to use an iPod to listen to music than a cell. I demand a recount. :eek: ;) :D
     
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    I wish I could get paid to do a study like that. :rolleyes: Talk about a no brainer
     
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    A little obvious - yes.

    Although I was happily surprised to find that my k750 will happily play AAC files as ringtones - except of course for the iTMS ones.
     
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    This just in: iTunes plays music better than my toaster! :)

    Okay, it's not quite that bad, but why would anyone have expected a cell phone would play music better than iPod?

    My only guess as to why they would conduct this study is that scientifically,even if it seems to be a given it still needs to be proven. I can't say for sure that a G5 runs the latest version of Photoshop better than a Strawberry iMac...

    Stay turned for the follow-up study: which of these devices is better at telephony? My guess: iPod doesn't finish at the top this time around. :p
     
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    Come on. Compare the iPod to other designated mp3 players, not cell phones.
     

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