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Reminds me I need to list mine on eBay.
badlass wrote:buy this to control the helicopter you bought a few minutes ago! ...or will that not work?
From the description of the helicopter:
Download the free "i-copter" app in the Apple App Store and plug in the Headphone Jack Transmitter to one of your Apple products and you are ready to take to the skies
I'd love one of these. I always seem to blow my money on other things though.
The fact that this is moving so slowly should (finally) indicate to Woot that they're grossly overpricing these 3rd-party refurbs.
For this to be a good deal worth the risk — refurbed by who-knows, warranty is extra and makes it more expensive than Apple Refurb — it would have to be at least $40 cheaper.
At what point does Apple products become useless?
I am still proudly using my iPod 5th Gen.
shanebaker wrote:Description says 64 gig, picture shows 32. Which is correct?
I noticed that too.
I'm shocked to see that my Nano was a 4 generation ago product. I guess these things come out every year or so.
Hey all. Just got word that one of photos incorrectly showed the back of a 32GB iPod.
Rest assured that the sale was for the 64GB iPod.
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