ipod buying recommendations

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  1. Gautam

    Gautam Well-Known Member

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    Do you mean "Zune?"

    He'll reply. Eventually.
     
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    I'm getting emails of posts to this thread only sporadically.

    I don't hate the Zune, I just like the iPod!
     
  3. hpalltheway

    hpalltheway Well-Known Member

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    yeah i ment the zune gautum, lol, what do you think about the zune?
     
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    hpalltheway Well-Known Member

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    what ar ethe advantages of the ipod over zune?
     
  5. Gautam

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    Well, it's tough to say. If you buy into Microsoft's PR with "welcome to the social" meaning that you can share songs (temporarily) via the Zune wi-fi, then I guess it's a better product for you.

    Personally, I wouldn't buy anything Microsoft if I didn't need to. It's just a bad track record for software, so no reason why their hardware would be any better.

    The Ipod is certainly more commonly used. I myself have yet to see someone using a Zune in public...
     
  6. hpalltheway

    hpalltheway Well-Known Member

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    doesnt it have a radio in it, and bigger screen and , umm, well thats all i can think of. i do understand its a bit "chunkier" then the ipod.

    gautam, this is kinda off topic, are the bluetooth headsets such as the motorola h700 (the one with the flip boom thingy) worth to get?

    thanks!
     
  7. Gautam

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    It depends what phone you have and what purposes the BT headset is going to serve. Let me know if you have other uses for it (other than for your cell phone) and I can make appropriate recommendations.
     
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    its for the motorola v3t, however, im not sure if im gonan use it, i dotn tlak ont he cell much, but it may be usefull when i strat driving lol
     
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    It's hard to understand because of your diction and syntax. When you know what BT headset models you are considering, let me know.
     
  10. hpalltheway

    hpalltheway Well-Known Member

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    umm, what does dictiona dn synta x mean?

    and im thinking of the motorola h700 bluetooth headset. its a couple years old, and i know the razr 2 phone came out, obivously a new headset will but i doubt my phone can support it, so im asusming this is the next best thing.
    anwyas, yeah im considering the motorola h700.
     
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