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Mix: SAT, Nokia N91, Australia iTMS, Wal-Mart

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By LC Angell

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Published: Wednesday, April 27, 2005
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eNotes.com has released over 500 of the most commonly tested SAT vocabulary words in iPod Notes format for studying on the go.

Nokia today introduced the N91 music phone, which boasts a 4GB hard drive, an industry standard 3.5mm headphone jack, USB 2.0, and support for MP3, M4A, AAC, and WMA.

Several iTunes users have found a backdoor route into the Australian iTunes Music Store that lets them buy tracks, which cost AUD$1.69 — slightly cheaper than Russell Crowe’s $1.80 statement.

Wal-Mart is now offering customized music CDs to online customers for $4.62 (three songs) plus 88 cents for each additional song.

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1

I assume they don’t allow iPods when you take an SAT, right?

Posted by croooow in Fairfax, VA on April 27, 2005 at 9:58 AM (PDT)

2

I would buy that phone in a second. It’s gorgeous.

Posted by Joshdude in Long Beach, CA on April 27, 2005 at 4:07 PM (PDT)

3

The Nokia SEEMS neat, though with cramming all those functions into one compact device I have to wonder just how compromised each use has become as a result.  Woe is the buyer who has to put up with the security-challenged Symbian OS…hope Nokia finally did some homework and figured out how to REALLY secure that new all-n-one of theirs from worms, trojans and virii, and not just create yet another phone disaster waiting to happen.

Posted by flatline response on April 27, 2005 at 4:54 PM (PDT)

4

so wait, they can make a phones that accepts AAC, MP3, and WMA. But someho they cant make an Mp3 player that does too. LAME

Posted by ipodfreak in oregon on April 27, 2005 at 5:33 PM (PDT)

5

Yeah, the Nokia N91 is cool looking.  Don’t know if it works well in the real world, but at $900 retail, I probably won’t venture to find out.

Posted by Obadiah on April 27, 2005 at 5:53 PM (PDT)

6

no way, its $900?
WOW. thats going to sink like a stone.
think about it. An ipod mini (or comparable player) ~$200-220 + a regular old cell phone $0-250. hmm, thats like $400 MAX plus service. or $900 +service for that nokia thing.

Posted by ipodfreak in oregon on April 27, 2005 at 6:00 PM (PDT)

7

the walmart customized cds are a joke i mean come on 3 songs for 4.62? thats more than a buck a song and if you really wanted you could get entire cds off ebay for 4-5 bucks…i wonder if the cd has cd quality songs or is just 128 kbps tracks burned to a cd…either way its not worth it

Posted by fillyselite on April 28, 2005 at 9:17 AM (PDT)

8

also the nokia phone is about a year ahead of itself (thats prolly when it will show up if it does) and should be priced around the 200 dollar range…4 gigs isnt all that much storage space for music, let alone all the features that this phone will have but its a start

Posted by fillyselite on April 28, 2005 at 9:20 AM (PDT)

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