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Q:

Can you have 2 iPods, such as a mini and a 5G, plugged in to your computer at the same time?

- Adam

A: Assuming your computer has a sufficient number of ports, yes. iTunes properly handles multiple iPods connected at once. This applies to both disk usage and regular syncing, as iTunes can concurrently synchronize two or more iPods without error.

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