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Fooling around with the iPod Shuffle  - Fooling around with the iPod Shuffle
Fri, February 25 2005 | 4:09PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The shuffle is available with two capacities, 512MB and 1GB. Usually Apple's products are priced at a premium compared to its competitors but the shuffle is actually remarkably good value. For example the award winning iRiver N10 will set you back £129 for the 512MB version, whereas you'll only pay £99 for a 1GB shuffle and £69 for the 512MB version. There's a very good reason for Apple's price competitiveness. The shuffle doesn't have a display of any kind. This is probably the most expensive part of any player so it's only reasonable that Apple is able to price the shuffle so competitively.
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