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PC users join the iPod party

Finally, Apple's iPod MP3 player can work with Windows. Two new applications let PC users connect up an iPod. We compare EphPod and XPlay.
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Written by Troy Dreier on

When Apple's well-received iPod hit the market last November, the majority of computer users were excluded from the party. The revolutionary new hard disk-based MP3 player worked only in partnership with Apple's iTunes and only on FireWire-equipped Macs -- no Windows systems.

Luckily, entrepreneurial software developers took up the challenge and delivered not one but two programs to rescue stranded PC users. But can either application prove as seamless a partner as iTunes?

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