London, England (PRWEB) January 26, 2006
The iPod is here to stay, it is becoming a must have item whether you are fashion conscious or not. However, unlike the Sony Walkman, which also revolutionised mobile entertainment, there is more to the iPod than meets the eye. Most iPod owners only touch the surface of what their new gadget can do and, with so many different features and a users’ manual to plough through, it’s not at all surprising that people tend to stick to the basics. A lot of people struggle when faced with a bit of new technology …in fact it can be so off-putting that in January Selfridges in London announced that it was offering an iPod tutorial service -- for a fee of £65+.
Most people aren’t even aware of half the things an iPod can do in the hands of an experienced user or a teenage ‘techie’. Sometimes it can feel as though everyone else is in on a secret that we don’t have, blithely flinging around words and phrases that could as well be in Mongolian! However, there is now another way to learn all these tips and techniques at your own pace and to really utilise the full features of this amazing device, and at a fraction of the cost of a one-to-one training session.
Author Paul Andrews has just released his new iPod ebook, 'How to get the most out of your iPod' which demystifies the ‘little white box’ for you in language that you do not need a new media degree to understand. The book is available from his website http://www.easyipodguide.com. Downloading on to your computer is very simple. As soon as you order the information will be right there in your hands.
Paul carefully explains how to use the basic features of the iPod and then moves on to cover all the iPod ‘extras’ in an easy to follow way -- with no technobabble! Topics covered include how to pick the right iPod model for you; using your iPod as your car stereo, how to connect a musical instrument and make your own recordings; protecting your iPod from theft or prying eyes; protecting it from scratches; how to set up a parental control feature; lots of shortcut commands to simplify everyday use; a guide to playlists; how to import tracks; watching videos and DVDs on your iPod, and using your iPod as a hard drive.
For further information please visit http://www.easyipodguide.com