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just more storage space for mp3 and pictures and stuff??

2-4 weeks for shipping, because the stores didn't have this model as plentiful.
Actually, I think they did.
However, I think the bleeding-edgers figured they might as well spring the extra 100 clams for the full monty, so the 8 gig models were selling out faster than the 4 gigs.
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