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J&R offers blue, grey iPod nanos

updated 12:00 pm EDT, Fri July 14, 2006

J&R ships blue, grey Nanos

Authorized Apple reseller J&R in New York is offering blue and grey iPod nanos in 2GB capacities. Color combinations include a blue body with a Maserati grey center; a blue body with a jet black wheel; a Maserati grey body with a blue wheel; a jet black body with a blue wheel; and a blue body with a red center button. The units include standard earbud headphones, a USB cable, a dock adapter, and iTunes software for Mac OS X as well as Microsoft Windows. Target recently began selling pink iPods, which it describes as the "ColorWare Pink Edition." J&R colored Nanos are priced at $265, and feature an "X2" scratch-resistant coating.




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  1. jimothy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Ridiculous markup

    $65 extra just for a different color? That's insane. You'd figure somebody who would be willing to fork over the extra dough would also want the extra storage space of the 4GB model. I'll take double the storage and keep $15, thankyouverymuch.

  1. jimothy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    more insanity

    Good lord, the pink iPod sold by Target is a $90 premium to the white or black iPod of the same capacity.

    If the rumors of multi-colored nanos turns out to be true, people who shelled out the extra cash are going to be fell pretty foolish.

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