More Vista Setbacks

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Steve Ballmer, the CEO of the project has announced at the launch of the second Vista Beta in Tokyo that the official release of windows vista is looking at further possible setbacks. He outlined the problem causing the delay to be down to feedback from Beta testers and hardware manufacturer's release schedules. The launch of Vista is still intended to be staggered, with the business based versions released ahead of consumer based versions.
Source Here - well worth a read
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02-11-2006, 09:37:47

Kempez
They do an 8gb one

I have a 15gb 3g iPod but the battery's gone (after 2+ years of abuse). I tend to be far more selective of what I put on the Nano

02-11-2006, 09:52:58

Dav0s
well i have a 20gb 4g, but like you say the battery is dying. i think ill probably get another 20gb, as i think i would fill up 8gb pretty soon aswell

02-11-2006, 10:21:45

Raging

hmm, i would but my music collection is currently 6gb and counting :)



17.1gb and counting here:p

i might pick up one of those 8gb ones soon to replace my 4gb original nano.
get rid of that fugly red case though and get a green one or clear one on that shiznit cause the red looks wrong!:p

cheers.

02-11-2006, 11:25:11

Kempez
Ye I've got three or four but chose red for some reason :)

02-11-2006, 12:26:14

FragTek
Wirelessly posted (LG Fusic: Opera/8.01 (J2ME/MIDP; Opera Mini/2.0.4719/1378; en; U; ssr))



17.1gb and counting here:p

i might pick up one of those 8gb ones soon to replace my 4gb original nano.
get rid of that fugly red case though and get a green one or clear one on that shiznit cause the red looks wrong!:p

cheers.



78 gigs and counting here :) at least they have a full size ipod that would fit it all finally.

02-11-2006, 12:58:44

Kempez
IMO the ordinary iPods aren't very portable - hence why I got a Nano. This thing is true portability :D

02-11-2006, 14:57:06

Dav0s
hmmm, the new ipod videos are very portable, not as much so as the nano obviously, but a very big improvement on 3G, 4G

02-11-2006, 15:22:51

Rastalovich

78 gigs and counting here :) at least they have a full size ipod that would fit it all finally.



Ditto.

I`ve used a creative jukebox in meh time of need, the cheaper 10g one and it does an excellent job. Mobile mostly now tho.

Not an iPod fan I`m afraid >.<

02-11-2006, 17:33:25

glocktodahead
I was thinking about getting the 8GB nano. This would give me room to get more music and its so portable it would be perfect.

04-11-2006, 13:27:35

Turkay
I have 8-10GB total but I doubt I have much more music than 4GB that's actually worth listening to :D

A 4GB nano would work for me, been looking into it.
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