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Discussion in 'iPod' started by muldul, Feb 4, 2009.
Mine was the original shuffle 512 MB, what was yours?
3g iPod 20GB (I think it was one of the first Windows compatible iPod)
2nd gen 10gb. still own it and use it for a bit of fun!
1st gen 5GB iPod. My bro used it for several years after I upgraded. It was a beast.
2nd gen 10GB
Sold it for $60 in '06
I got myself the iPod G3 40GB. I loved the glowing red on the buttons.
HP/iPod 4G 20 GB. I miss it.
3g iPod, bought at the SoHo Apple Store in NYC. Going on 5 years old now and still works great! I only need my iPod to play music in my car or at the gym, so it still meets all my needs - no plans to replace it until it dies!
iPod photo 30 GB. I bought it a few days before the iPod Video came out.
3rd Gen 15gig.
loved that thing and the red backlight on it. miss it, but my library quickly outgrew its capacity.
3G 20 Gb "with dock connector." It's still connected to my car stereo.
20gb 4th gen white ipod
iPod nano 4G, 8GB. Bought two days ago
OK, acutally I bought it for my wife
the one and only
ill keep mine till it explodes
2nd Gen. 4GB iPod Mini.
3rd gen but it has been so long that I forget the size. I think it was 30Gb but i could be wrong
Me, too! It's now in the grubby little hands of my 2-year old. That little iPod was a great intro, because I've purchased 4 more since...
A 20gb black and white fourth gen, I loved it at the time; it's been long dead now though.
1G iPod mini.
I remember the day I got it. I worked months for that thing!
what did you do with it? drop it into the river? mine still got ~10h playback time
Started with 3rd gen, then had 4th and 5th now touch and phone
My dad's had most of my hand-me-downs but i think the 3rd and 4th are dead now (a lot of hard use)
I got the B&W 4th generation 20gb iPod when I was in 6th grade
60GB 5th generation in 2005.
5th Gen iPod Video 60Gb White.
My first iPod was a fifth generation black 60GB in 2005. I got this before they replaced the 60GB with the 80GB.
My wifes first iPod was the first generation white 4GB Nano in 2005.