Enjoy Music with iPod Touch

January 10, 2009 at 2:44 pm | Posted in Technology | 4 Comments
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ipod-touchWell, few days ago one of my friends made a wish in his birthday. He wanted an iPod touch 32 GB. Geez. It’s really expensive. But it’s absolutely a great product. Here’s the review.

This product called Apple iPod Touch. It has 2.4 inches widht, 0.3 inches depth, and 4.3 inches height, with an all metal and glass design that make it a beautiful, glamour product. This product offered in three capacity types (8 GB, 16 GB, 32GB). The strength of this product is a large, video-worthy screen. It also completed with a cutting-edge interface, Wi-Fi internet, e-mail, and music download capabilities. That strength makes You pay a premium-cost for it. Present generation (32 GB), offered for price about $490.

There are only two physical buttons on the iPod Touch: a button on the face of the player used for calling up the main menu; and a screen deactivation button found on the top-left edge of the case. The iPod Touch is controlled largely using an icon-based touch-screen navigation menu nearly identical to the iPhone’s, but with greater emphasis placed on music, photo, and video playback.

The two design details that distinguish the iPod Touch from the iPhone are the downward-facing headphone jack and volume controls. In the absence of dedicated volume control buttons, the Touch gives users the ability to bring up an onscreen volume slider by double-clicking the main menu button. The same volume screen offers controls for playing, pausing, and skipping through tracks.

When it comes down to it, the iPod Touch’s most unique selling point is not its feature set, but its interface. You can find products that offer more features, as well as higher quality audio and video performance, but you won’t find any other product that can match the feeling you get using the iPod Touch interface. In the absence of jetpacks or flying cars, the futuristic novelty of zooming photos with a pinch of the finger or flying through your music collection in Cover Flow is difficult to quantify into a bullet point, but it is probably the most justifiable reason to invest in the Touch.

One of the few notable features that put the iPod Touch ahead of the iPhone is the ability to output video and photos to a television using an optional Apple AV cable, Universal Dock, or qualifying third-party video accessory. We are a little disappointed that the iPod Touch is the only iPod that does not support a generic USB storage mode, but we doubt many users will be upset by this.

Audio format support is unchanged from previous iPods. The Touch supports standard and purchased AAC, as well as MP3, Audible, WAV, AIFF, and Apple Lossless. Video format support is likewise unaltered from the H.264/MP4 files playable on 5G iPods, as well as the third-generation iPod Nano and the iPod Classic. The Touch supports video resolutions up to 640 by 480 at 30 frames per second.

Still.. It really bad about the cost… T.T



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  1. The iPod Touch is better than iPhone in term of video playback, is it? AFAIK, both devices still not support FLV video format, right?

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  2. Hey Everybody!
    Valentines Day is very soon and I want to buy my wife something cute.
    Any recommendations? Oh and does anyone know where I can order cheap bouquets ? I want to preorder flowers for her for starters.
    I was also planning on creating her a cd mix of all her favorite songs. Anyone have any free itunes codes? lol


  3. I was thrilled when the 2nd generation iPod Touch came out. I love having all the functions of the iPhone without the phone contracts.

  4. Apple iPod touch 8 GB (2nd Generation)
    I have been a fan of Apple products for ages and they never let me down, great customer service, reliable hardware and good customer service.
    The latest and the greatest from Apple is the iPod Touch, it’s like a laptop but much smaller and cheaper, what makes the iPod Touch awesome are all of the Apps that available out there.
    I don’t look at my iPod Touch as just a media player anymore, it’s also the best most useful gadget i have even owned.
    My Wife loves it as well and my kids won’t put the darn thing down thanks to all the Apps for Kids available out there.
    Before the iPod Touch my Kids were playing their Nintendo DS Lite all the time and they have not touched the DS ever since i bought the Touch, it’s been months.

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