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August 27, 2013

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Gary

Very true. The iPod Touch, smartphones and tablets use flash memory rather than hard drives.

Ken K. in NJ

Another obvious advantage is that you can pair the Touch with a speaker via Bluetooth so you're not tethered to the speaker. This of course would only work with a Bluetooth capable speaker.

I've been using a Samsung Player (similar to the Touch) for the past couple of years. I've added a 64GB micro flash drive to it, I now have room for about 30,000 songs, enough even for me. My old Ipod which was on its last legs anyway is gathering dust.

Dedicated Mp3 players seem to be becoming extinct. Sony no longer makes them, and the Ipod Classic is now about 5 years old with no upgrade in sight.

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