Post by Sailor Earth on Oct 23, 2006 5:52:50 GMT -5
iPods are made for both Macs and Windows PCs so that's no problem at all. You can use iTunes to get music from CDs or MP3s you already have on your computer, so you don't have to download songs for it just to get music.
Post by Sailor Earth on Oct 23, 2006 6:01:10 GMT -5
Hmm well... I didn't buy mine so I didn't have to pay But I wouldn't be without it now, it's just so easy to use, and I've made my own playlists which is cool. It depends on the type of iPod really, some are cheaper but you can't fit as many songs on them.
It's probably better to go to a store and look at some, and ask the person working there for advice.
Post by Sailor Earth on Oct 23, 2006 6:11:30 GMT -5
LOL! Depends on how badly you want one I guess. Do you know anyone who has one that you could look at up close and maybe have a little play with?
See mine is an older model, and it's 40Gigs - it's like the "Rolls Royce" of iPods Except now you can get 80Gig ones that are thinner and can play movies I don't care about that though, I like mine and I'd be really upset if I ever lost it or it stopped working. I'd have to get a new one