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Apple 20 GB iPod from HP (MP102)

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  • Holds up to 5,000 songs
  • Up to 12 hours continuous backup with rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery
  • Innovative Click Wheel makes navigation easier
  • Synchs up with your PC efforllessly with the included USB 2.0 and Firewire cables
  • 1 year limited hardware warranty with 1 year toll-free 24x7x365 phone support
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameHP
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions6.3 x 3.4 x 2.2 inches
Item model numberPE435A#ABA
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002OG6MU
Shipping Weight8 ounces
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Date First AvailableAugust 26, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: HP
  • Model: PE435A#ABA
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 20 GB
  • Supported Standards: WAV
  • Hardware Platform: PC, Mac
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Product Description

The Apple iPod +hp digital music player puts a world of music in the palm of your hand. Able to store about 5,000 songs and weighing just 5.6 ounces, the new 4th generation iPod supplies up to 12 hours of playing time on a single battery charge. It also now incorporates the same touch-sensitive Apple Click Wheel that debuted on iPod mini. Playlists and thousands of songs can be quickly accessed without lifting a thumb from the wheel. Features an intuitive user interface, a 2" backlit grayscale LCD screen and seamless integration with the included iTunes for Windows software. iTunes allows you to efficiently and creatively manage your digital music collection, and makes it easy to add to your collection via the Apple Music Store. Includes a 1-yr. warranty through Hewlett-Packard. iPod for Windows requires a PC with built-in FireWire or USB 2.0 port or a Windows-certified FireWire or USB 2.0 card and Windows 2000 (Service Pack 4) or Windows XP Home or Professional. iPod for Mac (software not included) requires a Macintosh with built-in FireWire and Mac OS X v10.1.5 or later (Mac OS X v10.3 or later recommended). Supports AAC, MP3, Audible, AIFF, Apple Lossless and WAV audio formats. Available storage capacity may vary.

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Customer Reviews

The Apple iPod is one of the best MP3 players to date.
urgroovin
I tried everything suggested in the manual and on the Apple website forum.
V. Saladi
HP said they've split with apple & no longer offer a warranty.
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152 of 161 people found the following review helpful By Huayi Dong on September 24, 2004
I have seem so many bad reviews for both the 20GB version of +HP Ipods and the 40 GB version of +hp Ipods. The reviewer seems to not understand the whole concept of the technology share venture between HP and Apple. Apple has good design, HP has its manufacturing and Marketing power. Its a natural combination!

I've been wanting to buy an ipod for quite a while now and IT IS very difficult to find an APPLE brand 20 GB 4th Gen Ipod! Apple simply can't keep up with the demand! The +HP brand Ipod is EXACTLY the same as the Apple Brand Ipod. The only few difference are listed here

- HP Logo at the back of ipod player (Nothing serious here)

- HP support (Not bad either, 24/7 with quick pickup)

- Allows HP Ipod custom printable skins (Nice addition, but the skins would probablly work on regular Apple IPods as well).

- PC Softwares (Does this really matter? +HP ipod would also work on Macs if you download itune for macs)

People kept on complaining about no WMA support. Remember Apple IPOD design is a copyrighted design by apple. If apple don't want to offer WMA support, there is nothing HP can do about it! HP simply helps the manufacturing and distribution!!! Nothing else. BTW, Hp invented is simply a catchy marketing phrase. The main core business of HP is printers and computers, did HP invent either one of these??? Don't concentrate too much on their marketing techniques, what really matters is the product.

Everything else is exactly the same! Even the apple logo still exist on the back of this ipod player.

So the only big difference I can see is apple support or HP support. To me, I don't really care. But if you really want Apple support don't get this. Otherwise don't look any further.
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96 of 117 people found the following review helpful By the_emperor_of_ice_cream on November 18, 2004
I agree with everyone...

1) The IPOD has the BEST user interface I have ever seen (and I researched about half a dozen leading MP3 players)

2) There is zero learning curve. If you can double click a mouse, push a button, and spin a wheel, you're an immediate expert with the IPOD

3) Sound quality is nothing short of awesome

4) HP version supports every conceivable audio format

5) For abt 300 bucks, you can back-up your entire music collection

6) Lots of very cool add-on gadgets

But why the two stars instead if five...

1) Arguabley one of the most grotesque applications of planned obsolesence: when the battery goes, the thing immediatey becomes a $300.00 paper weight (and I have friends who have said their battery deteriorated QUICKLY after six months of use). Yes, you can ship it in to Apple (with insurance about 15 bucks) and then have them install a new one (about 100 bucks) and then four to six weeks later you have your music back (ouch!). Folks, the net/net here is that they expect laziness to prevail, and Apple is hoping you'll just buy a new one. Whoever was the product manager making the decision to not provide a user serviceable battery should be shot.

2) At $300.00, about 40% more than it's closest rival. Steep premium even given the positives listed above (note: most of the cost is advertising)

3) The I-Tunes store has no live reps -- this means that you can only e-mail complaints. Even billing complaints. So, if you have a problem downloading a song or album (and this happens FREQUENTLY -- even on highly reliable broadband connections), you are forced to work issues thru e-mail.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Sunny on November 2, 2004
The IPod, a major hype in the industry that I will admit lives up to its name.

I'm alright on learning the tricks of an MP3 player but even I needed a lookover of the manual, I suggest you do so to if this is your first IPod.

I have about 900 songs on my computer so the 5,000 song storage was my favored choice, I've only used up 4.5 of a 20GB.

It's pretty much touch and go.

No skipping (which, is a duh, but it's nice to say)

The playlists are easy to access and create.

Transfer time is Such a delight, it takes about no time at all to just customize, hook up, download, and go. It's a great feature for someone who rarely has time to sit around and wait for everything to finish loading.

I even transferred my entire CD collection onto the ITunes software player included. (which took a Lot shorter time then when I do it through Windows Media Player)

Charge time seems to vary between 3-4hrs with me and if I were you, after you first charge your IPod and load some songs, charge it back up with the Firewire/Charger and not through the USB/PC port. It seemed to lower my battery faster when I used my PC as a charger instead of the charger included in the box.

I'm sure to some what I just said was Greek, but if you get one you'll know what I'm talking about. And I do suggest you get one.

The sound compared to anything I've ever had as an MP3 player (including a Sony product) is superb.

I do suggest you buy your own headphones (follow the review below me, the headphones are quite a hassle) I stick with my old ones. They do just fine.

One more thing, the back cover will get dirty Very fast, buy a cover for it as well.

And last but not least, the HP brand on the back does nothing to the IPods quality, don't mind it. It's a wonderful product and I fully support it.

and the free IPod offers never work, just try to buy one.
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