“The new line of iPods that Apple introduced last week range in price from $49 to $399, can hold up to 120 GB of music (30,000 songs), videos and photos, play games, surf the Internet, access e-mail or download music,” Etan Horowitz reports for The Orlando Sentinel.
“If you’ve been holding out on getting an iPod or thinking about getting a new one, now is a good time to buy,” Horowitz reports.
“Although each year the price of an iPod goes down while its storage capacity goes up, the new 8GB iPod nano is the perfect size and price for someone who’s never had an iPod before and doesn’t want to shell out a ton of money to join the party. It can hold up to 2,000 songs or eight hours of video and costs only $149. There’s also a 16GB model, which costs $199. If you’re looking for an even better deal, check out the ‘Refurbished iPod’ section of Apple’s online store,” Horowitz reports.
“The iPod touch remains the best iPod for viewing video and the new model is smaller and lighter than the original. It also has physical volume controls and a built-in speaker. It sells for $229 for the 8GB model, $299 for the 16GB and $399 for the 32GB model. Like the original version, it’s basically the iPhone without the phone, so you don’t have to sign a contract with AT&T to use it, but you can access the Internet only when you are connected to a wireless network,” Horowitz reports.
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