Just curious as to what people who are into media players use. I was using my Curve with a 4GB memory card. I just found this past week an ipod touch for $170 and got it. I now use that. I said I wouldn't get another ipod but for that price I couldn't resist and happy I got it.
So what do you use? Let's not bash each others choice. To each is his own.
yea seriously like this thing. Just need some getting used to typing with it. But I love the wifi full browser also. The wifi finder is stronger on this than my curve. I have held them next to each other and iPod gets a signal and curve won't.
I drive transit metro bus and need to listen to music to keep my sanity and it helps.
I just use the player on my Curve to listen to music. Works good enough for me when I'm away from my laptop or car.
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Well, OK, I do have my eyes on a nice set of Klipsch speakers and sub woof for my laptop, , I'm just trying to come up with a reason to get them that will convince my wife that they are absolutely necessary to complete our lives.
8 gig media card in my 8830...has every Family Guy episode and tons of music albums. No need for an ipod...they're overated IMO. Why buy a $200 ipod when I can buy a $50 media card for my BB? Coppin a 16 gig card within the next week mwahahahahaha *evil laugh*
80g iPod Classic. Used to use CDs but I never know what I want to listen to, so I'd keep like 300 burned discs in the car, then I'd have to flip through the dern CD booklet and pick something...it was a pain.
I use the Curve with my 8GB card only use 2 gigs though. But I have been trying to watch video on this thing IE a moive or some small clips. But have to convert them first. Idont want to pay for a converter but I would pay for a media player if it played most medias out there. Im sure you guys will say search but Ill check out all links when i was with Palm and WM6.1 I used Coreplayer TMCMP or something. do they have that for the blackberry?
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