“One of the tougher decisions for gadget buyers this year is which iPod to purchase,” Eric Benderoff blogs for The Chicago Tribune. “The problem is at the high-end, where buyers can choose between Apple’s slick iPod Touch ($399 for 16 gigabytes of storage) or the massive capacity of the iPod Classic ($349 for 160 gb of storage).”
Benderoff asks, “It raises a key question, one that I know several people are pondering: do I opt for style or storage?”
“That doesn’t mean the iPod Classic is not stylish in its own right. It has a new software interface, can play movies, show your photos and hold your contacts. Plus, it can double as a back-up hard drive,” Benderoff explains. “But the Classic is not nearly as much fun to use as the Touch.”
In the end, Benderoff chooses storage. Full article here.
If you’re buying an iPod, which model (iPod touch, iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod shuffle) would you choose (or would you choose to own more than one model) and why?