“The design improvements are minimal, the hardware remains largely the same and many of the software advances are the work of other companies, yet Apple’s new iPod touch represents a giant stride forward for portable entertainment devices,” Tom Rose reports for The Boston Herald.
“The second generation iPod touch is the best iPod to date. It cost less and does more than the original,” Rose reports.
“Calling the iPod touch an mp3 player is like classifying the iPhone as a cell phone. Sure, the touch plays music, but it does so much more – and it does each task better than all of its competitors,” Rose reports.
“Even people who don’t need a constant soundtrack to their lives will find a lot of uses for the touch. In fact, during my first three hours of testing the device, I didn’t once think about loading my music library. Instead, it was all about the games, applications, email and Internet,” Rose reports.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Brawndo Drinker” for the heads up.]