Wall Street Analyst Claims 2 GB Nano Sales Are Up

I had always sort of thought the purpose of the lower-priced iPods was to hit a price point that gets people into the store, but to price the better models close enough that people “upgrade” while shopping. I.e. I’ll take a look at this $199 iPod; hey this is really cool; heck, for 50 more bucks I can get twice the memory… But while early adopters swarm to the high-end iPods, perhaps the mass market really is more price-sensitive.

Tuesday, 29 November 2005