New iPods

Three new iPods
At Apples Keynote yesterday there were a number of cool announcements about iPods. The first is the iPod shuffle which will be getting a few new colours and will cost the same at $79 for a 1GB version.

iPod Nano

The next iPod in the lineup is the iPod Nano which has gone through a bit of a shape shift and now sports a nice wide screen at 2 inches running 320 x 240 pixels. The cost of a new Nano will be $149 for a 4GB model and $199 for an 8GB version. These will be in store this weekend.

iPod Classic

The regular iPod is now named the iPod Classic and is available in silver and black (no white). The 80GB version will cost $249 and has 30 hours of audio playback and 5 hours of video from the battery. The beefy 160GB version is beefy in storage, thicker then the 80GB version, but thinner then the old 80GB version and will cost $349. It can hold 40000 songs, has a 40 hour ability when playing audio and 7 hours of video playback on its battery.

iPod Touch

The iPod touch is one I am looking forwards to. Its like an iPhone but without the phone. It has Wi-Fi, Safari, Cover flow and is flash based only. It measures at 8mm thick and has either 8GB of flash which runs at $299 or there is a 16GB model running at $399 which isnt too bad. I personally wish the touch had a 160GB HDD in it even if it did make it slightly thicker.

The iPhone is also set to have a price drop which is good news too.

Which one will you be choosing?

Via: Gizmodo

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