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Chapter 10. My Annotated Top 10 Reasons ... > Simply the best in digital music.

3. Simply the best in digital music.

The critics all agree (and how often does that happen?)—not only does iTunes turn the Mac into an unequaled digital jukebox, but iPod has no peer among MP3 players on the market today. iTunes makes it easy to convert the music from your CD collection into MP3 files. Lets you make playlists to match your every mood. Offers one-button burning of audio CDs. And seamless integration with MP3 players. Like iPod. Which fits in your pocket, weighs as little as 6.5 ounces, holds up to 4,000 songs, features lightning-fast music transfers via FireWire, plays for up to 10 hours, and lets you bring your music wherever you go.

If you buy a Mac and listen to music, be sure to buy an iPod, too. It’s the best MP3 player on the market, and less pricey than it used to be. I keep mine filled with old radio programs (Dragnet, Jack Benny shows, The Great Gildersleeve), Audible talking books, and a collection of, well, Abba music. Didn’t I tell you Mac users tend toward eccentric?


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