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Posted 01 September 2004 - 06:16 AM

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It's an ultraportable digital music player that enables you to bring your entire music collection with you, wherever you go. It's the kind of flexibility you want – listen to music on the bus, at the gym, at work. No more lugging around a heavy bag of CDs. The iPod weighs just a few ounces (5.6 for the 20 GB model) and you can put 10,000 songs on it*. It comes with two storage capacity options: 20 GB or 40 GB. Not sure which to choose? [/url]http://h10049.www1.hp.com/music/us/en/specs_nf.html]See the technical specs[/url] to find the right one for you.

Just plug it into your computer and with the help of a USB 2.0 connector, you can download your entire music library from iTunes at blazing speeds. Don’t worry about keeping iTunes and iPod in sync – they sync up automatically when the iPod is plugged in.

The unique Click Wheel navigation is intuitive to use. The Click Wheel—an innovation in usability—makes it both fun and easy to select playlists, scroll through artists, and choose the song you want without lifting your thumb.

Designed to give you the best portable digital music experience possible, the iPod delivers the highest sound quality. iPod supports the most popular audio formats – including MP3 (up to 320 kbps), MP3 variable bit rate and WAV, giving you access to a wide range of audio file types. The new Apple Lossless format lets you import music from CDs at highest quality for about half the space as uncompressed audio (AIFF). AAC features CD-quality audio in smaller sizes than MP3, so that even more songs fit on your iPod.


Complete details can be found at the HP iPod site