#2
its kinda weird how they work.
You get like 300 full recharges.
But a full recharge is when you let your ipod die down completly. then charge it.
So to make it last longer dont let it die all the way down then charge it cause your really killing the battery.
#3
Oh ok I see.
Reason I'm asking is because I have a PSP I'm thinking about trading off for an iPod 30GB, which is already 1.5 years old (and in 7/10 condition) Should I bother? or should I look to trade elsewhere?
#5
Quote by !~SlasH~
Oh ok I see.
Reason I'm asking is because I have a PSP I'm thinking about trading off for an iPod 30GB, which is already 1.5 years old (and in 7/10 condition) Should I bother? or should I look to trade elsewhere?


you can get the battery replaced for 20 bucks.
#6
Quote by !~SlasH~
Oh ok I see.
Reason I'm asking is because I have a PSP I'm thinking about trading off for an iPod 30GB, which is already 1.5 years old (and in 7/10 condition) Should I bother? or should I look to trade elsewhere?



keep your psp, it does more things. im buying one soon.
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#7
Quote by hard_rock101
keep your psp, it does more things. im buying one soon.



Well the reason I'm trading it is because I never use it. An iPod is way more useful to me than this PSP is. I also need a 30GB to hold all my music too, so a nano is out of the question.