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Apple deals: refurb iPod price cut, peripherals

updated 04:50 pm EDT, Fri September 12, 2008

Apple deals: refurb iPods

With the release of the new iPod models Apple's online store has reduced the price on their refurbished iPods from the previous generation 4GB iPod nano in silver ($99) to the 1GB iPod shuffle ($39) in silver, blue, green and purple. 8GB iPod nanos ($129) are also available in silver, blue, green, black or pink. The iPod classic is available in two configurations 80GB ($169) or 160GB ($249) with two colors to chose from, black or silver. Three iPod touch configurations complete the collection: 8GB (179), 16GB ($239), and 32GB ($319). Apple peripherals include the Apple wireless keyboard for $69, 20-inch Apple display for $499, and the 23-inch for $749.




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  1. dominiej

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -5

    4G Nano Refurb????

    "refurbished iPods....4GB iPod nano in silver"

    I knew they looked like c***, but I didn't know they were already breaking...and to think, the silver one was the one Jobs was showin' off...

  1. thebiggfrogg

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Refurb

    That is the previous generation--dork!

  1. Inkling

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Idiotic Popups

    How about cutting out the irritating and ridiculous double-green underlined links that make reading your stories a torture.

    They make reading a story like walking through a minefield and, even worse, they're absurd. Dragging the cursor over an iPod shuffle that's green covers what we're reading with an idiotic IBM ad about cooling a data center. "Green" I guess as in environmental hysteria. It makes me want to boycott all IBM products and drop MacNN from the websites I visit.

    Have more respect for your readers. Drop these insanely inappropriate and in-your-face links.

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