The iPod looks to be a continuing success, at least if the results of a
Business Week Online survey
are any indication. The survey found that most respondents would pay over US$400 for the digital device.
Of the 180 readers who replied to their (admittedly unscientific) online Reader Survey approximately 80 percent have used the iPod, which includes just about all of the 82 percent who were Mac owners. Sixty-two percent of those who completed the survey said they would be willing to buy a Mac in order to use the iPod.
Seventy-four percent said they would be willing to pay $400 to $500 for the music player. Seventy-two percent thinks Apple should sell versions of the iPod that work with computer systems besides Macs.