Perhaps drawing inspiration from the The Economist magazine's annual Big Mac index, which gauges currency valuations and purchasing power, an Australian bank substituted the increasingly ubiquitous iPod for the oft-maligned hamburger.
Canada ranked as the cheapest place to buy a 2 GB version of the device, while Brazil was the most expensive. Surprisingly, Mexico was the fourth cheapest place on the list. An iPod, according to the survey, costs only $5.46 more in Mexico than in the United States.
22 January 2007
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i love the iPod I love all of the devices that come with the ipod. I only hope that my purse can keep up with all of this stuff.
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