No wireless. Less space than a nomad. Lame. 
From late 'Abbasid times onwards the word Arab reverts to its earlier meaning of Bedouin or nomad, becoming in effect a social rather than an ethnic term. In many of the Western chronicles of the Crusades it is used only for Bedouin, while the mass of the Muslim population of the Near East are called Saracens. It is certainly in this sense that in the sixteenth century Tasso speaks of 'Altri Arabi poi, che di soggiorno, / certo non sono stabili abitanti;'Gerusalemme Liberata, XVII 21. (On The Black Plague)
No wireless. Less space than a nomad . Lame.Rob Malda, on the iPod at its release in 2001.
Less than half the size and weight of the nomad Jukebox plus a firewire connection that can fill the player's 5GB hard drive in only 10 minutes. When so many Windows and Linux users desire a Mac-only device, you know they have done something right.Source MP3 2001 in Review: The Winners - Richard Menta awarded the original iPod third place in this December 31, 2001 MP3 Newswire article.
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