Thursday, September 6, 2007

Apple unveils new iPods [iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Touch]

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Great news!!! Apple unveiled a new line of iPod products on Wednesday which features wireless internet access and a web browser.

Based on the new iPhone, but without the mobile phone function, the iPod Touchcan be used for storing photos, music, videos and other digital data. It features the same 3.5-inch, touch-screen display as the iPhone, on which light finger touches allow the user to scroll through menus, and use two fingers to resize pictures.

The wireless internet access and the Safari web browser, including the Google and Yahoo search engines, offers access to the popular YouTube video-sharing website. An 8GB version will cost $299 (£149) and the 16GB version will cost $399 (£199). It will be shipped worldwide starting later this month. [Quoted from Metro]

The new iPod Nano features a 2.5-inch screen for watching movies, playing built-in games, and more. The Nano features a 320-by-240-pixel screen with 24 hours of audio playback. The stylish iPod nanocomes in five eye-catching colors. And with 4GB model will cost $149 (£74), and an 8GB model cost $199 (£99).

iPod shuffle now comes in four new colors and the original silver to suit your music and your mood for just $79. The 1GB iPod shuffle lets you wear up to 240 songs on your sleeve. Or your lapel. Or your belt.

With up to 160GB of storage, iPod classic lets you carry everything in your collection — up to 40,000 songs or up to 200 hours of video — everywhere you go. In a completely new, even thinner, all-metal design starting at $249, this iPod is a modern classic.

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