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    • CommentTimeFeb 4th 2008
    Having the 30 gig Creative Zen Vision M has made me realise how ridiculous that kind of size is for the majority of time I use it. It was perfect for the 6 months of travelling I did with it nearly 2 years ago, but like you said, there's a landscape of music that I've either not touched or haven't made any effort to return to. I think even an 8 gig iRiver might be a little bit like overkill for the journey to work or the week(end) away. I guess it comes down to how audio rich you want your music to be.
    • CommentTimeFeb 4th 2008 edited
    Besides my laptop, I just have half gig solid-state MP3 player.

    The Mobiblu Cube. I think I bought it three years ago, and the second generation came out in early 2007. It's a goofy MP3 player - a one-inch cube. My 1st gen doesn't do video or pictures, but it will do Korean/Chinese/Japanese characters. The 2nd gen, as the clip demonstrates, plays video. On a 0.25 square inch screen.

    It doesn't fit well in a pocket unless you wear cargo pants. The headphones are also a necklace, so the player is dangling in front of you while you're wearing it. I've always liked it. It's rare that someone doesn't ask me about it when I wear it, though.

    • CommentTimeFeb 6th 2008
    i have a 30gb ipod classic that refuses to work properly.
    skips songs on its own, screen freezes, sometimes erases all of the songs loaded on it...

    @kpeff: i've seen a few people with the first gen cube. always thought it was nifty, may have to look into replacing the sleek sexy brick apple stuck me with.