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depends on the media it uses. I use CF (compact flash) and I can store any file on it. If you are talking about the player itself - it is player dependant. I have a NEXIIe and it plays WMA, MP3, and a few lesser known ones. It will say on the packaging what it supports.

What were you looking at specifically?
 

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ND4SPDSHO : If he would've, he'd probably still be wondering how to work the stupid thing
If you can't plug it in to the side of a computer (where it automatically opens) and use it, then you shouldn't be near a computer to begin with
 

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OSIRIS : Quote (ND4SPDSHO @ July 01 2003, 1:30pm)If he would've, he'd probably still be wondering how to work the stupid thing
If you can't plug it in to the side of a computer (where it automatically opens) and use it, then you shouldn't be near a computer to begin with
It's a mac, not a computer
 

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Heavy-Dee : Can you store other file types as well?  

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Generally speaking, yes, you can. Using a MP3/WMA/AAC player as an external HD is a common feature.

If you intend to use that feature often, get something that lets you do it with a minimum of fuss, so minimal (or no) cables, USB 2.0 interface, and no need for drivers ('mass storage class' or something like that).
 

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Beta was a better format. popular in Asia for a while.

As for mp3 as a storage device. With my Rome MP3 Player, yes.

However, try to find an .MP3 player that allows you to transfer .mp3s back to the computer (if that even exists), because otherwise, it's very hard to 'share' music from one buddy to another (I have to rename extension, which means I cannot play file during transport. PITA)
 
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