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Apple racks up seven CNET Top 100 awards

updated 08:25 am EST, Fri March 5, 2004

Apple in CNET Top 100

Apple finds many of its products in CNET's new , the iPod is CNET's best overall MP3 player while the iPod mini is the best ultraportable hard drive player; iTunes Music Store is the best online music service.




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    what a joke

    if you look at the titles of the awards its as if they got paid by the vendors and then catered to the product...

    the ipod mini is not a hard drive mp3 player... its flash, and better then that river thing

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    Re: what a joke

    Ummm, the ipod mini is NOT a flash player...

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    Its both

    HD with flash connectors

    RIPE

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    And in the new category..

    ..of "Best iMac Product", the winner is the Apple iMac from Apple computers! (cheer cheer!) Who would have guessed that Apple would walk away with that one?

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    Best Apple Notebook?

    Pretty lame category. Looks like they gave it an award so the 12" wouldn't have to compete with the VAIO Z1 laptop. The 12" has better multimedia software, battery life, slot load Combo or super drive, and I could keep going.

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    Ripe

    Apple is RIPE for more awards

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    RIPE.

    cnet is just RIPE to advertise for 10-15 companies.

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    Just to clarify...

    The iPod mini uses a Hitachi MicroDrive which is a hard disk in a CompactFlash form factor. They are not "flash connectors" and it certainly does NOT use "flash" memory.

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    I thought so...

    Apple and its products are considered by the main stream users as NOT a PC product. They have to create a new or should I say lame category to address the controversy. Anyway, at least its obvious that they can't simply ignore Apple milestone. Not bad for a "Niche" product.
    Next time let's aim for the 50% of the market share. I bet Apple is sooo RIPE to do so.

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    !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Its the beginning of the....

    10th POsts mwa-ha-ha-ha.

    Duh what were we discussing.

    Oh yeah, "NICHE"!

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