World’s First 240GB iPod Arrives


The guys at Rapid Repair report success modifying an iPod Video 5G with a Toshiba MK2431GAH drive, creating the world’s first 240GB iPod.

“The mod is actually very simple to do on a 5th gen iPod. And with a 240GB iPod you can finally carry your entire $57,667.50 iTunes library” Rapid Repair CEO Ben Levy said in an email.

The Toshiba drive is only compatible with the iPod Video 5G and original iPod Video (30GB, 60GB and 80GB ONLY). Rapid Repair hopes to add the iPod Classic and Zune 2G to the compatible list very soon.

Ready to take the plunge? Looks like it will cost you just slightly more than a buck a gig.

Via methodshop

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