IPOD’s By: Heather Sadorf Pat Crane Doug Klein Peter Panepinto Table of Contents History of the iPod Types of Models The 1 st iPod Hard drives vs. Flash drives The 4 th Generation iPod Price vs. Size Connectivity The iPod Nano The 30GB iPod Conclusion History
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-----Capacity---- Screen - Storage - Songs
iPod - 2.5" color - 30GB disk - 7,500iPod - 2.5" color - 60GB disk - 15,000
iPod nano - 1.5" color - 1GB flash - 250iPod nano - 1.5" color - 2GB flash - 500iPod nano - 1.5" color - 4GB flash - 1,000
iPod Shuffle - none - 512MB flash - 125iPod Shuffle - none - 1GB flash – 250
USB transfers at a rate of 12 Mbit/s
Firewire transfers at a rate of 400 Mbit/s
With all these variations of the iPod there is one meant for everyone. Depending on your needs you can find the one right for you. There are also many features besides playing music the iPod can be used for. Some of these features not utilized by everyone include playing video’s and saving photo’s to the higher priced models. Podcast’s are free video’s that users can get by subscribing to specific ones that interest them. You can watch anything from the news to animations on the go and for free!
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