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  Reply # 295147 1-Feb-2010 11:43
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Again this is only anecdotal-level evidence, but I find the same with my devices, battery life improves over several charges. At most of the other forums I frequent (Mobile-review, symbian-freak etc) others report the same.




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  Reply # 295170 1-Feb-2010 13:44
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sounds like I'm too late but here's my two cents worth anyway.
Both the sony and the ipod come with average headphones.
If you plug a good set of headphones into each of them you will clearly hear that the sound quality on the sony is superior to the ipod.

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  Reply # 295223 1-Feb-2010 17:15
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Info for prolonging Battery life:
http://www.batteryuniversity.c...

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  Reply # 296408 5-Feb-2010 13:41
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Ezzie: So I bought the 16gb Nano, and while i like how easy it is to use and all the features - the battery life is shocking!

I have a Cowon with an advertised battery life of 55 hours and I haven't managed to run it dry yet.

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  Reply # 296425 5-Feb-2010 14:55
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Ezzie - go to http://ilounge.com... and take a look at all the bits and pieces they have on the Nano as well as the forums section specifically for the Nano.

It's an invaluable resource.

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