updated 02:15 pm EST, Wed January 7, 2004
iPod mini pricing too high
The Washington Post notes some disappointing reactions to the iPod mini's pricing, with some analysts remarking on the (too) : "'With only $50 difference with the bigger one, why wouldn't I buy the bigger one?' Bob O'Donnell, director of personal technology at market research firm IDC, told the Los Angeles Times. 'You get four times the amount of music. The iPod Mini should have been more like $170.' O'Donnell said other MP3 player manufacturers will unveil players that cost less that $200 and hold more memory at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas."