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David Pogue sends a love note to IPod and miniPOD, in his latest column in the New York Times. Even as he points out the obvious benefits of the rivals like bigger drives, lower prices, more media format options, more shopping options, it is clear that […]

David Pogue sends a love note to IPod and miniPOD, in his latest column in the New York Times. Even as he points out the obvious benefits of the rivals like bigger drives, lower prices, more media format options, more shopping options, it is clear that Pogue is a smitten lover. He writes: “The other notable feature of these competitors is a marketing message that’s either “just like the iPod, only cheaper” or “just like the iPod, only better.” And like a lover who promises fidelity forever, he wants IPOD to go in for a nip-and-tuck (given that Botox is a four letter word these days.) In all an enjoyable and frisky overview of the MP3 market.

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