Wednesday, December 14, 2005

iPod competitors can't compete with Apple

Apple Computer's massive iPod shipment volume is allowing it to produce digital music players at a cost far below its competitors, and thus will remain atop the digital music player market for years, says one analyst.
  • The study looked at 20GB and 30GB players from device makers: Creative, iRiver, Samsung, and Sony. "Apple's 30GB iPod provides the lowest cost per gigabyte at $10, followed by Creative's Zen Vision:M at $11," Munster wrote in a research note. "It should be noted though that the Zen Vision:M has a few more features (i.e., personal organizer, recorder, more song storage, more hours of video, and an FM tuner) than the iPod."

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