I'm going for both.
by BeatleMegaFan - 9/8/07 9:19 PM
In Reply to: RE: by 1russellh
I have filled up my video with videos and my nano with music. I have to be picky with my flash players, so I put the best stuff on them for on-the-go days. I'll go for both, so I can have all the best movies on the 160GB drive and all the best of everything else on the Touch, since you can use the Wi-Fi store and download stuff.
My only question about the Touch is if it can use online eMail clients and the del.ico.ous thing like the iPhone. Mail isn't built into it (yet), but I have no doubts that you can use AIM and eMail on it. The iPhone views normal pages like a Mac would, not mobile phone pages. Since the Touch is just a revamped iPhone without AT&T junk on it, it should do the same, allowing eMail online.
But does it work? I'd like to know. To use the Touch like a PDA would be interesting. Eliminates the need for a laptop, LOL. Capacity is not an issue for me, like others have suggested. To the original poster:
16GB is a lot, and because it's a flash player, you should only put the really good stuff on it. But of course, many things are really good in the entertaiment world, so whatever works for you. They'll make bigger drives for it, but unless Apple makes a 30GB flahs drive, it won't be too soon.
Thanks if anyone knows about the eMail thing.
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