A basic piece about emerging competition in the iPod space. At least that's what it says it's about. Like I keep saying, there are no real substitutes for the iPod - it really has no competition. Even this article admits it:
"..."For every one of the other players we sold people bought 70 to 80 iPods," Mr. Griffin said one day recently as shoppers ogled a store display of more than 50 different models of players ranging in size from cigarette lighters to small jewelry".