I'm behind on my work since I spent all afternoon drooling over the new iPods.
Well, not the new Ipod Nano. I imagine it feels good in the hand but seems to
But cripes, Apple, you had to make things difficult, didn'tcha? I own a current 60GB iPod. Come upgrade time, do I a) buy a 160GB iPod Classic and take care of my music storage needs for, say, the next 5-10 years but without any cool new features; or b) Go with the drool-worthy, internet-connected iPod Touch but have to settle for only 16gb of storage at a time?
I mean, it's a stunning interface but I don't know if I could take the portable storage hit. I love having all my music available at all times. And "iPod Touch" is such a lazy name; was "WiFiPod" taken? That's what I'm going to call it anyway.
Tough choices. I don't think I could say "No" to either of them. But I'll take my WiFiPod without the Macy Gray: