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請大家幫我翻譯這篇有關mp3的文章(不要翻譯軟體) 感恩 !

請大大幫我翻譯一下這篇有關mp3的文章....

我想知道它的意思...因為我翻譯過可是抓不太到意思

我分3段怕只擷取其中幾段會不懂意思

(第一段我看的懂,麻煩翻譯一下2或3段,擇一就好) 小女子感激><

(一)

It's no surprise: Apple is a Readers' Choice for a line of MP3 players known as iPods. You may have heard of them. But here's some news: A company called Cowon America, part of a Korean multimedia giant, scores nearly as high for its players, which generally go by the iAudio moniker. And, radical as this may sound to Apple, a few of the Cowon players are actually compatible with ­music subscription services, earning the company a Readers' Choice as well. Just a few steps below those two you'll find Archos, Creative, and iRiver; on the low side, three vendors score particularly poorly: Philips, RCA, and Rio.

(二)

Despite its high overall score—8.4 out of 10—Apple does have one problem area: quality control. According to readers, 8 percent of its units require repair. Worse, this isn't just because of older players dying: Apple had a high percentage of units needing repair among its players less than a year old as well. (Oddly, so does Cowon.)

(三)

It's also interesting to note that Apple's tech support and repair satisfaction numbers are relatively low compared with the company's inordinately high scores for desktops and notebooks (6.5 compared with 8.1 plus; see go.pcmag.com/sr). With so many PC users buying iPods, this may support the theory that Apple's desktop and notebook scores are artificially inflated by the anti-Windows crowd. Or maybe not.

We also notice that reader satisfaction with MP3 players increases as the capacity ­increases—and this applies even with iPods. Readers are much less happy with players with less than 1GB of storage—like the iPod shuffle—than they are with hard drive-based and large-capacity flash ­storage-based units.

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  • 1 0 年前
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    這位同學

    歹勢我又來了

    你的第一段我之前有給你一些小小的報告

    不過好像無法讓您滿意 請原諒

    那我繼續好了

    這段的意思是

    Despite its high overall score—8.4 out of 10—Apple does have one problem area: quality control. According to readers, 8 percent of its units require repair. Worse, this isn't just because of older players dying: Apple had a high percentage of units needing repair among its players less than a year old as well. (Oddly, so does Cowon.)

    雖然蘋果ipod的讀者票選很高

    不過ipod的品管是最被詬病的地方

    受訪的使用者裡面幾乎8%的機器有問題需要維修

    更糟的是

    不只是出廠較久的機器因為使用時間久了而比較需要維修

    連一些才被購買一年內的機器也有很高的故障率

    (但是Cowon也不用高興 因為Cowon的故障率也比ipod好不到哪裡去)

    It's also interesting to note that Apple's tech support and repair satisfaction numbers are relatively low compared with the company's inordinately high scores for desktops and notebooks (6.5 compared with 8.1 plus; see go.pcmag.com/sr). With so many PC users buying iPods, this may support the theory that Apple's desktop and notebook scores are artificially inflated by the anti-Windows crowd. Or maybe not.

    還有一個有趣的現象是

    跟蘋果電腦的死忠支持者對蘋果桌上型電腦與筆電的高支持率比較起來

    使用者對蘋果的技術支援與維修保養部門的滿意率很低 (約6.5比8.1多一點)

    會買ipod的不只是蘋果的死忠支持者,有許多PC(也就是微軟作業系統)的使用者也買ipod

    這證明了蘋果桌上型電腦與筆電的高支持率搞不好是這些挺蘋果死忠支持者(或者說是反微軟視窗主義者)對這個讀者民調有刻意灌水的嫌疑,這個推論的可能性是真的

    但是這個推論並不正確也說不定

    We also notice that reader satisfaction with MP3 players increases as the capacity increases—and this applies even with iPods. Readers are much less happy with players with less than 1GB of storage—like the iPod shuffle—than they are with hard drive-based and large-capacity flash storage-based units.

    另外我們注意到這個讀者民調當中反映出MP3隨身聽的硬碟容量左右著使用者的滿意度

    甚至ipod的使用者對於容量是1GB以下的機種(例如iPod shuffle)也不滿意

    他們還是推崇硬碟空間大快閃記憶體容量多的機型

    希望對於您的理解有所幫助

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