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Rio Carbon (5GB) according to CNET Reviews is better than IPod Mini. Ouch! Well my initial impression of Rio Carbon – it does not feel as plush as IPod Mini, is a bit on the flimsy side, and yes has signs of being poorly crafted. Rio’s […]

Rio Carbon (5GB) according to CNET Reviews is better than IPod Mini. Ouch! Well my initial impression of Rio Carbon – it does not feel as plush as IPod Mini, is a bit on the flimsy side, and yes has signs of being poorly crafted. Rio’s User Interface, is easier to decipher than say, Enron’s accounting records. Upside, play WMA files and longer battery life. But is that really enough?

Meanwhile Bill takes a swipe at Steve: “Ask kids in the back of a car on a two-hour trip, ‘Hey, would you like to have your videos there?’ My kids would,” Gates said. “I guess Steve’s kids just listen to Bach and Mozart. But mine, they want to watch ‘Finding Nemo.’ I don’t know who made that, but it’s really a neat movie.

By Om Malik

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