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neko girl

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MattA

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Out of my 5 iPods, my 5th Generation Nano is my favorite. It has a decent amount of storage and yet is still very small and portable. It does everything my 5th Gen classic does, but doesn't feel like a brick. I Love it.

A Close second is my 5th gen classic.
 
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iLucas

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Feb 5, 2011
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Out of all the recents ipods i have, i actually like and use my iPod classic more than any of them
 
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camelsnot

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having a nano and an ipod classic. I'd say my Zune is my favorite. The interface is what the ipods should have been. The audio quality seems to be better as well. It's a shame iTunes will never be revamped to make it more visually appealing and functional like the Zune software. iTunes gets more and more bloated each year. With that being said, Microsoft missed out on making the Zune platform something more.
 
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tkermit

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Feb 20, 2004
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It's a shame iTunes will never be revamped to make it more visually appealing and functional like the Zune software. iTunes gets more and more bloated each year.

I've used the Zune software for a bit, and can't imagine why you would find it more functional than iTunes. Prettier? Maybe... But it doesn't even run faster than the windows version of iTunes, actually seemed to be missing a lot of functionality for managing your library, and didn't seem any easier to use either. :confused: I really wanted to like it, too...
 
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SkippyThorson

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Jul 22, 2007
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Out of all the iPods I have, I have to say my 5th gen. white Classic is my favorite. The white iconic iPod at its height of simple and minimalistic design. It's just great.

Out of all of them, the 3rd gen. Classic with the red illuminated buttons. Perhaps it wasn't the most ideal design, but it was the most unique and interesting concept for sure.
 
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ngenerator

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May 12, 2009
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My vote goes to the most recent 160GB black Classic. I'm debating getting a second one just for my videos, since this current one is already about 90% full of my music.
 
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TuffLuffJimmy

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Apr 6, 2007
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I've gone through quite a few iPods. My favorites were the second generation iPod nano (the colored ones), the third generation iPod (with the four glowing buttons), and the current iPod classic (just because of its capacity).
 
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wordoflife

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Jul 6, 2009
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I think my most favorite one is the first generation iPod nano. I still remember how Apple would compare it to a pencil on their website.

I don't use it anymore though; I just use my iPhone. It's one hell of an iPod too.
 
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OGDaniel

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Dec 24, 2009
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I think my most favorite one is the first generation iPod nano. I still remember how Apple would compare it to a pencil on their website.

I don't use it anymore though; I just use my iPhone. It's one hell of an iPod too.

The first gen nano is also my favorite of all time. I have a few that are a bit scratched up. I'm always looking for one new in the box though.
 
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SidBala

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Jun 27, 2010
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I've used the Zune software for a bit, and can't imagine why you would find it more functional than iTunes. Prettier? Maybe... But it doesn't even run faster than the windows version of iTunes, actually seemed to be missing a lot of functionality for managing your library, and didn't seem any easier to use either. :confused: I really wanted to like it, too...

Zune + Zune Pass beats the pants off iTunes. Most importantly, the pricing model is way more affordable to me.

Anyway, my favorite iPod is the iPod 5G video. I used to run linux on it with doom and everything.
 
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hilaryaustin

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Feb 22, 2011
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i love my iPod nano metallic silver. I try to use it everyday plus it matches my good and reliable head phone. Not a beat I would miss using my iPod especially when I am traveling. I won't mind when the battery will be drained since it last for 2-3 days.
 
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puma1552

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The newest 160 GB Classic, in silver, with a Switcheasy hard plastic crystal case on it and a PowerSupport crystal film set. :)

Close seconds are the original mini in Silver, or the 5G nano.

The 5G nano would've REALLY been something in a 32 gig flavor. I was hoping so hard for that to come true last September. :(
 
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instaxgirl

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Mar 11, 2009
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iPod mini. Perfect shape and so frickin' durable. And I loved the belt clip. Mine's sitting waiting on a new battery and flash memory to turn it into my gym buddy again.
 
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AdrianK

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Feb 19, 2011
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iPod mini. Perfect shape and so frickin' durable. And I loved the belt clip. Mine's sitting waiting on a new battery and flash memory to turn it into my gym buddy again.

Hell yes! Feels awesome in the hand, unlike those credit card thin nanos, and upgradeable!
 
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gkarris

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Dec 31, 2004
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"No escape from Reality...”
I liked the iPod Classic 60 Gig (black) - the first with video.

The video/audio cable fit right into the headphone slot and I would hook it up right to my TV set...

I sold it but now sort of miss it... :(
 
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neshkito

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Feb 16, 2011
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Out of my 5 iPods, my 5th Generation Nano is my favorite. It has a decent amount of storage and yet is still very small and portable. It does everything my 5th Gen classic does, but doesn't feel like a brick. I Love it.

A Close second is my 5th gen classic.

Absolutely the 5th is the best for me too
 
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