Apple iPod Reviews
Here are reviews of the multiple iPod models.
From the original iPod to the Nano, Shuffle, Photo, and Video, they are covered here.
Remember the 64-color pack of crayons? Meet the 65,536-color pack. Everything looks better in color. With iPod photo, everything sounds better, too. Carry an entire library of music�thousands of songs and full-color album cover art�or tens of thousands of photos in your pocket. The original iPod changed the way you listen to music by putting thousands of songs in your pocket. Now iPod photo changes the way you see your music, with a crisp color screen.
iPod photo displays 25 full-color thumbnails at a time. And you can scroll through them the same way you scroll through song titles. Quickly. Just spin the wheel to see more. And when you see a photo you'd like displayed all by its lonesome, just click the center button and voil�. No one will have to say "cheese" as long as you have iPod photo around. Whether you're listening to tunes or checking out photos, you're sure to be all smiles.
Witness the evolution of the revolution. First it played songs. Then photos. Then podcasts. Now iPod plays video, changing the way you experience your music and more. Again.
The iPod is known around the world as a premier digital audio player. Then they added a color screen and photo support. Now they complete the trilogy of multimedia features with a new 4:3 2.5" color widescreen display, and support for video playback. You can create your own movies or purchase music videos, Pixar short films, or select TV episodes via iTunes 6.
Take everything you love about iPod and shrink it. Now shrink it again. The pencil-thin iPod nano packs the entire iPod experience into an impossibly small design. So small, it will take your music places you never dreamed of.
Get the full iPod experience in an impossibly small design. The pencil-thin iPod nano includes all the features of a normal size iPod, like the Apple Click Wheel, bright 1.5" color LCD display and completely skip-free playback, in a sleek package. Holds up to 1000 songs and features full-color album art, and can play podcasts, audiobooks and store up to 25,000 photos, too. Features the same 30-pin dock connector as previous iPod and iPod mini, so accessories are interchangeable.
This 10 GB models holds up to 2500 songs while supporting MP3, AAC, WAV, MP3 VBR, Audible (6), and AIFF formats. What else? An LCD screen with LED backlight, 8 hour battery life, 20 equalizer settings, random play, earbud headphones, AC adapter, games, and tons of available accessories.
Your software choices include MusicMatch Jukebox Plus for PCs and iTunes 4 for Macs. Despite the capabilities, the iPod is still small and light. It even features a sleep timer so that you can fall asleep to your music. Some of it's features aren't available on PDAs! That's probably why lots of people think that it is the best high-end mp3 player available.
Macintosh and Windows compatible with fast transfer by either USB 2.0 or Firewire (IEEE-1394) connections. (Load an album in as little as 10 seconds.)
Time to mix things up. Meet iPod shuffle, the unpredictable new iPod. What will it play next? Can it read your mind? Can it read your moods? Load it up. Put it on. See where it takes you.
The smallest iPod yet, iPod shuffle fits neatly in the palm of your hand and looks just plain neat around your neck. Prepare to make friends and influence people when you wear it biking, hiking, snowboarding, dog-walking and anywhere else that could use a great soundtrack.
I had to mention this book. If you have an iPod, but don't know how to work the thing, check this out. It explains everything you need to know.
Makes a great gift for iPod owners!