Why we Buy Apple Ipod?
January 27, 2007 9:52am CST
Ever since it was introduced in October 2001, Apple's iPod digital music player has been the leader in its field. Its sphysical design, clean user interface and great capacity and sound have won raves from critics. The public has agreed, buying more than a million iPods. Other companies have tried to follow suit, but failed. Their products were lower priced, and some had higher value. But they were too bulky and had complicated user interfaces. Apple's sleek, white-and-silver iPod isnot only the best-looking MP3 player I have seen, it's also the easiest to, if you own a Macintosh, although PC users are now able to take advantage of this nice piece of hardware. The iPod's 40GB hard drive lets you fit about 10 thousand 160-kbps MP3 files into a package. The iPod also works as a portable Mac hard drive, with it, you can carry not just your whole music collection in a coat pocket but also most of your critical files, if you like, The iPod's 2-inch LCD screen display tons of information. When music is playing, you can read also.