BUY LASIX NO PRESCRIPTION - Reliable Online DrugStore

I was going to buy a Nano…

02.27.2007 @ 9:37 PM in Technology
So here's the deal...Last week, I almost bought an iPod Nano. Working out at the gym, and walking everywhere makes me long for musical accompaniment. I looked at the nano and loved the size, both physical and storage wise. Looked at the price, $199. Not bad, I could do that... but wait, I have to get Apple Care, the goddamn thing is bound to break.

199 + 39 = $238.00

Ok, now what was my primary purpose for getting an iPod? Working out and walking.. My gyms shorts don't have pockets, so I need an armband. The least gay looking one was from Nike, and ran about 29 bucks.

238 +29 = $267.00

$267... my wallet starts to burrow into my ass. Then looking at a possible everyday case for 24.95... and realized my two hundred dollar iPod would need a hundred dollars in protection. I said fuck it and bought a blue Shuffle.

267 + 24.95 = $291.95

Blue 1GB 2nd Generation iPod Shuffle + Nothing Fucking Else = $79.00

desktoys rockin

I've never been more happy and more satisfied with a digital product in so long. The Shuffle was built to be simple, but it succeeds on so many levels.

snowman shuffle

  • You Don't Need Apple Care -There is no screen to break, no harddrive to eat itself, and very little software to screw up. If it does brick... you paid 80 bucks for it, walk away. I'm no money bags but I don't see the 40 dollar charge on a device I'll probably end up losing cause its so frickin tiny.
  • Its So Freakin Tiny! -Height: 1.07 inches; Width: 1.62 inches; Depth: 0.41 inch (including clip). The Shuffle takes small and then gets ridiculous. I've lost this thing so many times on my body because you can't feel it. I have to touch it every few minutes to make sure I still have it. The size and lightness is great for those times when the headphones get yanked... the shuffle will go for a ride and stay attached. I'm sure you could send it flying, but no worries cause what's going to break?
  • Durable - I personally haven't done any tests, I like shiny things to stay shiny, but with my everyday usage it's banged a few things and never skipped a beat. I read other reviews claiming it can take a plunge in beer or fall from a 2nd story building; I believe it I've only read one report a long time ago about the clip bending in a pocket... but when your 36inch thighs are in 34in jeans I can blame the poor DAP. Speaking of the clip..
  • The Clip is the most innovative feature on a DAP ever! - The clip is small but strong and will securely attach to any piece of clothing it can wrap its little hinge around. Apple does great design and its sad to see a beautiful form covered up in nylon or hard plastic. The shuffle lets you enjoy the design that you paid a little extra to have. If you buy an accessory (but they don't really make them)... you are an 10d10t.
  • Shuffle or Continuous Play - thats it.. Seems like a drawback, but most of my Nano carrying friends keep their iPod on random anyway. If you group your albums together, a simple flick to continuous mode when you hear one of the track will let you play in linear mode when the mix gets to be too much.

shuffle bot