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Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by colosodian, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. colosodian

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    wow, someone just asked if the airfreight charges were higher or lower than usual.

    financial analysts are nuts.
     
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    OMG OMG

    Hes talking about a new line of ipods for the holiday season.

    And he just brushed off scratching of the ipod nano topic.

    "We dont belive its a widespread issue" bullshit
     
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    Atheist oh, hi OT Supporter

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    They say that they use the same screen material as they did from the past ipod
     
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    It really isn't actually. What it all comes down to is this. All plastic iPod housings scratch. The difference is that on white, it's barely noticable. Since the black U2 iPod was always $50 more, had glaring red contrasts and was released way after the 4th gen iPod was, it was never in high demand. With the nano, the black version was the same price as the white which itself was $150 less then the U2 iPod and came out when the nano was released. So you have this influx in buyers owning black iPods for the first time.

    Obviously the ones complaining so much have black iPods. Website surveys are proving this. It's just more noticable. Anyone that has ever owned a black or really dark car knows this. Scratches seem to magically appear EVERYWHERE.
     

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