Now that is a great analogy...I'll have to use that onezap2 said:Why not?
They all do similar things in different ways..people have many shoes, many of which(not all of them...running shoes vs dance shoes, I know, but some people have multiple dancing shoes) do the same thing. I like to change this up...I have a Vidoe, Nano and Shuffle and 1G..now I'm work on a way to sell somethings inculding my 1G, to buy a new Nano and Shuffle..I might give my family members my old Nano and Shuffle..or sell them if I need th cash to pay for the new ones
yeah, I get strange looks at the airports when security guards ask me the same question. As someone already said, different features and functions. Plus they were announced at different times and some of us sort of pick them up you know?Meecrob said:Just a question. Is there actually a point to having an ipod video, nano, and shuffle all at the same time?
I have two iPods myself... a 512 shuffle and a 10 gig 3rd gen.sierra oscar said:I've often really quietly queried this too - why the need for multiple iPods?