30 gig nano?

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Pikemann_Urge

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The real issue here is physical size. The nano is smaller than the hard drive in the 30GB model. And of course the fact that the nano and bigger iPods use different types of storage. Sure, someone could figure a way to attach a 30GB HD to a nano but it wouldn't be pretty.
 

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That ^ (above) isn't real. You can see where he photoshopped it on the red rubberband. There's a small eraser mark.
 

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isnt this possible with just a few flash chips? cant u just piggyback more flash ontop of the one thats there already?
 

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I don't think anybody is in danger of thinking SteveMB's picture is real. It's hilarious, though!
 

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juiceranch said:
isnt this possible with just a few flash chips? cant u just piggyback more flash ontop of the one thats there already?
It's a little more difficult than attaching the memory. You have to be able to power that memory. I know someone on iLounge has tried doing it with 16GB, unsuccessfully.
 

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You could piggback the chips (I think) but then it would require more power etc. You could if you had some sort of electrical degree attach a 30gb hd to a nano but you might as well buy a video :)
 
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