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Extensive Photos of New iPod 15GB

iLounger Stanley Chan (stan23) has posted 50 photos of his new iPod 15GB. The new iPods are more elegant and refined than the old iPods. Notice how much thinner the new iPod is next to an old iPod 20GB. Impressive.

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1

“The new iPods are more elegant and refined than the old iPods.”

Interesting how iPodlounger, a moderator, put in his opinion in the news headline.

Posted by mongoos150 in Tucson, AZ on May 1, 2003 at 8:57 PM (PDT)

2

Sometimes I like to express my opinion. In this case, I don’t see anything wrong with it. I’m not a moderator, I own and publish iPodlounge. wink

Posted by Dennis Lloyd in Irvine, CA on May 1, 2003 at 9:41 PM (PDT)

3

COOL!!!!

Posted by b_morris in USA on May 2, 2003 at 2:54 AM (PDT)

4

i want one so bad

Posted by Phill in Texas on May 2, 2003 at 3:55 AM (PDT)

5

Sounds like mongoos is sore about having an old ipod raspberry

Posted by regtools in UK on May 2, 2003 at 4:42 AM (PDT)

6

Actually regtools, I am proud to say that I was one of the strong ones - that is to say, I held off until the new iPods came out! I didn’t get a new one! And I agree with iPodlounger’s opinion about the new iPod, it just doesn’t seem right to put opinion in a news headline…Should only be hard facts. Whatever.

Posted by mongoos150 in Tucson, AZ on May 2, 2003 at 5:34 AM (PDT)

7

Actually, if you can remeber back in school, they taught you that there are different types of news stories and headlines. Factual, features, announcements, and opinion/personal reflection.

Posted by sux89 on May 2, 2003 at 6:32 AM (PDT)

8

As far as size is concerned, notice that the photos compare a 15GB 3G against a 20GB 2G. The 20GB is 4.0” x 2.4” x 0.8”. The 15GB is 4.1” x 2.4” x 0.62”, or roughly 25% thinner. The 30GB, on the other hand, is 4.1” x 2.4” x .73”, or roughly 9% thinner. This means it is actually thicker than the 10GB 2G iPod (.72” thick)! So 20GB owners who want to take advantage of the thinner size as shown in these photos will need to drop 5GB in capacity.

Posted by cpatch in San Diego, CA on May 2, 2003 at 10:46 AM (PDT)

9

If the new iPods are the same for Mac and Windows, what filesystem does it use?  Just wondering.  Thanks!

Posted by Jeff in NYC on May 2, 2003 at 11:13 AM (PDT)

10

it uses fat32 AND NTFS. It reformates its hardrive when you hook it up to yur computer. Peace

Posted by sux89 on May 3, 2003 at 11:32 AM (PDT)

11

I don’t see how it uses both file systems as nothing else out can do this, and if it reformatted the harddrive every time you connect to your computer you would loose all music on your ipod, now it may reformat everytime you sync but it wont every normal connect, and iPodlounger’s opion in the news article is like any other article you read in any magazine or newspaper, its only when you are being deilvered the exact news such as News programs on TV that you need the factual news given and nothing else.

Posted by Fusen in UK on May 4, 2003 at 1:23 PM (PDT)

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