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Module 03 Discussion - Current Technology In one descriptive paragraph, investigate an organization that provides current technological products and services (e.g., laptop computers, cell phones, or iPods). Select two or three different models and compare their features and operational characteristics, as well as manufacturer's support and service. Explain how you might advise a college student, and a salesman for a high- tech machine tool company in selecting the best computer for his or her needs. For this discussion, I have chosen to look at the different models of iPods. There are various models of iPods currently out. The main three types of iPods are: iPod Nano, iPod Touch, and the iPod classic. The iPod Nano stores your favorite songs, allows you to create music mixes, comes with an FM radio and live pause, and also has features for people with disabilities. The Nano is
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Unformatted text preview: perfect for the person who loves to work out. The iPod Touch allows you to video chat with friends; offers high definition recording and editing; has a game center; allows you to listen to music, watch movies or TV shows; has a app store; comes with iTunes, messaging, web browsing, and the list goes on and on. The Touch is perfect for people that are always on the go. Lastly, the iPod Classic allows you to listen to music, create mixes, watch movies/TV, play games, and share photos. This model would be perfect for people who are not looking for a lot of features/specifications, that just want to accomplish simple tasks. All of these iPods are backed complete with Apple support and software updating tools. You can also re-set the iPods back to the manufacturing specifications. References Apple. (2011). Introducing the iPod. Retrieved from http://www.apple.com/ipod/...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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