>Gears and Wears>iPod durability?
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The Nano and smaller models of iPod are solid state, so I would imagine they could handle motion and dropping without nearly the same issues that the full-size iPod would have, which is why a Nano is currently at the tops of my Christmas list. Yay, no more burning CDs for the car, either!
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I would think the standard iPod would be more prone to problems since it has a hard drive with moving parts. I know that dropping things like that pretty much = toast.
The Nano and smaller models of iPod are solid state, so I would imagine they could handle motion and dropping without nearly the same issues that the full-size iPod would have,
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Once it locks up though all you can do is wait for the battery to die and then recharge it and it works fine.
grrrr...my 'tank' (2nd gen ipod) just died....
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