Showing posts with label iPod. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPod. Show all posts

The Apple iPod Classic

What you should know: 
An anodized aluminum faceplate covers the front of the Classic in either black or silver, while the back of the iPod is covered in the same scratch-showing, smudge-loving chromed steel found on iPods for generations. Inside its 2.4-inch-by-4.1-inch-by-0.41-inch enclosure you'll find a whopping 160GB hard drive capable of holding over 40,000 songs. The 2.5-inch screen found above the click wheel is unfortunately still covered with plastic, making it the only remaining iPod that hasn't yet switched to a scratch-resistant glass screen.
There are no apps on the iPod Classic. There's no Web browser or e-mail. You won't even find options for Bluetooth music streaming or AirPlay. True to its name, the iPod Classic keeps with the basic formula for the iPod's original success. You just load it up with music, podcasts, audiobooks, and video using Apple's free iTunes software on your home computer (Mac or PC). And for better or worse, once you've loaded up your media collection, it's just stuck there until the next time you connect back to your computer.
Perhaps the last feature added to the iPod Classic is the capability to create instant Genius playlists. The Genius feature lets you create an instant 25-song playlist based on the musical characteristics of a single song, offering a new way to group together similar songs in your collection.

What it offers: 
The iPod Classic refines the formula that put the iPod on the map. None can match its combination of storage capacity, battery life, and intuitive user interface.
The advantage: 
The iPod Classic offers a solid, understated design with an easy-to-use interface and unbelievably generous capacity.
The unfavorable: 
EQ control is limited; the plastic screen is susceptible to scratching; and the only way to move media on and off the device is through iTunes.
The price:
$209.99 to $250.02

The iPod Nano

Getting to know iPod nano and its features.
The seventh-generation iPod Nano is a fine product. For fitness types, the physical controls, simplicity, and clip-on design, and $49 price of the iPod Shuffle would be the preferred road to travel.
And for those enticed by the Nano's wireless Bluetooth audio, video playback, and integrated fitness tracking, the 16GB base model of the iPod Touch is out there for $199, just $50 more than the iPod Nano. And for that $50, you get the entire world of iOS, Wi-Fi, AirPlay, FaceTime, games, and apps. It seems a more-than-justifiable expense to jump up to the Touch. The Nano is smaller, and arguably cuter, but the Touch is in another league when it comes to features.
The Nano's screen packs a decent 240x432 pixel resolution, but the viewing angles aren't great and it's pretty easy to pick out the grid of pixels if you're looking for it.
The iPod Nano retains all of the software capabilities, including dedicated menus for music, Podcasts, Clock, Radio, Audiobooks, iTunes U, Photos, Fitness, and Settings. The big new features of the seventh-generation Nano are the reintroduction of video playback, and the addition of wireless Bluetooth audio.

The iPod Touch

Here is an alternative, instead of having iPhone, have this fifth generation iPod.
The new iPod Touch is a coming-out party. It looks slightly different from the new iPhone. There are bright color options, and a funky loop-shaped hand strap. The curved contours on the back have replaced the Touch's old shiny polished steel.
The iPod Touch is incredibly thin, very light, extremely pocketable, and highly versatile. It’s a near-5 in terms of function, the fastest Touch that’s ever been made, and the first Touch you’d seriously use as a camera. It’s a multiuse device, and it could even be your phone of sorts for FaceTime calls and Skype. At $299 without a contract, it’s a very attractive deal, but it's also an expensive device that starts with 32GB of storage (a 64GB version costs $399).
It's also far more powerful than the old Touch: a 5-megapixel camera with 1080p video recording replaces a VGA camera with 720p video. An A5 processor replaces the A4. A big, long 4-inch IPS Retina Display -- just like that of the iPhone 5 -- replaces the non-IPS 3.5-inch screen on the fourth-gen. Siri is onboard and ready to play.

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