Jul 22, 2008 11:23 AM GMT
Timberoo saidI have a 4 gig g2 Nano, and it's always maxed out. I'm thinking about getting and 80 gig classic to replace it.
Plus, the 80 gb is a regular old hard drive, meaning that when the disk is running (changing songs, showing video, etc) you have a chance of ruining it by simply moving with it. That's the biggest draw back with iPods...I've gone through about 10 of them because of that problem (warranty covered them). I would recommend a solid-state high capacity hard drive. Meaning something like a Creative player with a 32gb hard drive...it has no moving parts in it therefore, not the possibility of that problem happening.