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new ipod palm pilot

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sparkky

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I am hazarding a guess that the next new development will be an ipod palm pilot because everyone here is clamoring for bluetooth. I would guess it would have bluetooth, the capability to zoom in on photos similar to digital cameras, connect to a cell phone to make calls via bluetooth, send photos to a printer via bluetooth ... basically a palm treo 650 but without the phone and plays music, video, etc. like the new 5G. In other words, imagine a palm pilot but made by apple.
 

jonnyk429

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If they would come out with something like that it would probably use the same memory type as the nano. 4 gig would be plenty for pictures and calendar dates (others have 32 MB). And with all the extra space it could be a music player too.
 

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Video Pod-cast

I want the next i-pod to be able to do a live video feed with audio connected to the net.
 

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The Palm LifeDrive already does all of that. It can store up to 4GB of AAC files. It can display your imbedded artwork on its 320 x 480 screen during playback with Kinoma Player EX. Kinoma also plays back MPEG-4.
 
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