I just finished after three grueling days of starting at the computer doing comparative shopping for every person on my list. Now that I am broke, again, I can save until next month when there are 3 birthdays and the fun begins again.
The WII is great and reasonably priced. Sony has gotten incredibly greedy lately and I think that the fact WII sales double Sony’s in units sold will end up hurting the PS3 unless they do a dramatic price decrease.
I firmly believe that Jan is a bad time to launch this product. People are already over budget from holiday shopping so releasing in Jan doesn't make economical sense. I don't expect there to be more than 3G but Apple is usually full of surprises.
I never cared for Nokia. I don't think there is going to be much competition from them unless they have something similar in the works. I am starting to believe their main competitor is going to Microsoft.
Photos that are circulating around the internet look like an ipod that's front casing slides down to reveal the phone. To me this would make the most sense because why fix a design that isn't broken.
I’m sure they have a plan in place regarding launch and sales in Asia. I’m starting to wonder if Microsoft is going to be successful in beating Apple. The Zune is set for release during the holidays and they have already started on a phone.
I wouldn't say this product is going to be high end, look at all of the other exorbitant electronic devices on the market. Teenagers have all of the cool stuff nowadays; the price doesn't seem to matter.
Ipod is not going anywhere as far as they're concerned they have projected that sales will rise in the future. They are also releasing the new shuffle this weekend and have new products that are coming soon.
I wish iTunes had a monthly subscription service like napster does. I find it so expensive to download any music from there. At a $1 a song I could easiyl spend over $100 a month and in my opinion that is too much.:gasp:
On November 3rd Apple is releasing their new ipod shuffle worldwide. The new shuffle is the smallest digital music player measuring just half a cubic inch in volume. The new shuffle has 12 hours of battery life and is being called the most wearable ipod ever due to it's ultra compact design and...