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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 58065 5-Mar-2010 23:00
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Hey guys
Since my aging old Samsung T9 died on me the other day, i've been thinking about which MP3 to replace it with. Not to worried about what, it just needs to be cheap, and go well. Id prefer it to be at least 4gb, and have bluetooth. It also needs to be cheap, so nothing about ipod touches please. If i cant get what im after for less than about $200 - $300 then ill just get one of those. Thing is im a bit tight on cash right now and i want to know what my other options are.

Any suggestions

BTW - ive already had a lool, and the Samsung T10 8gb looks perfect, they just dont make them any moreCry

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  Reply # 304950 5-Mar-2010 23:51
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iPod Nanos Are under The $270, and from my experiance you cant beat the ipods

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 304975 6-Mar-2010 10:48
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c71931f: Samsung T10

Cheers I hadn't seen this.

Do Ipod nanos have bluetooth?
Last I heard it was just the itouches and iphones.

Ive been using bluetooth headphones for a while now and theyre so good id rather not go back to usual wired ones


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  Reply # 304984 6-Mar-2010 12:00
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Opps Sorry, Didn't see you needed bluetooth.

No I don't think they do have bluetooth

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  Reply # 307161 14-Mar-2010 19:12
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I bought a sony e436 4gb after my t10 died, awesome purchase.

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  Reply # 307214 14-Mar-2010 22:06
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I use a 8 gig samsung t10 not too bad only complaint i have had is that the lock switch has become a little buggy at times. I think it's well worth the money has bluetooth radio and other good features best of all is reasonably priced.

What type of bluetooth headphones you using?? Brand model and cost please. I have some but have found them not the best at times so stopped using them.

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  Reply # 307237 14-Mar-2010 23:44
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If you go to around $400 then you can get a Nokia 5800, maybe an upgrade on your phone too? Then you have GPS, and a lot more bang for your buck. Just a thought, I like convergence.

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  Reply # 307239 15-Mar-2010 00:06
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Check out dick smiths deals with 24 months interest free on 498 or more. The iPod touch 32 is an even 498 ;-)

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