Ok normally I am pretty much against anything thats apple... even though I requested to have an iBook for my office to do testing.
One of my co-workers bought an iPod. Its Apple's new MP3 player. It has a 5gig hard drive, and its real tiny. The interface is real nice with a jog dial. Currently you need an apple G3 with a firewire port to upload the songs, doesn't work with a PC yet. The upload is pretty speedy since its firewire.
I was seriously considering buying one, until I noticed there are no bass (or treible) controls built on. I wan't to know why Apple could not have put these on a $400 MP3 player. I think they really blew it, because if you deal with tons of MP3s, you will notice that different MP3s get recorded at different volumes. I find myself toying around with my "bass boost" on my sony CD player when I am playing CDs that were recorded from MP3s.
They made what could have been a real nice player, into a dud.
I dunno... hopefully they will address this with a firmware upgrade in the future.
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Do you have a mac to transfer the files on? Because currently the iPod only works with MACs. Plus there is only a firewire port on there, no usb. My PC laptop has a firewire port, but there is no way the PC will be able to recognize the iPod.
There is no compatibility currently for iPods and PCs. There is no usb port on the iPod, and even if you have firewire capibility like I do on my laptop, there is no software thats out currently that will support it.