Ipod Touch – Apple iPod touch 16 GB 1st Generation Discontinued by Manufacturer

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Apple iPod contact 16 GB (1st Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Apple iPod contact 16 GB (1st Generation)  (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • 16 GB of hardware provides roughly 3,500 songs; includes earphones, USB cable, cut adapter/connector, work cloth, and stand
  • 3.5-inch widescreen multi-touch display; shelling chronicle provides up to 22 hours of penalization and up to 5 hours of video
  • New applications include email; maps; and widgets for weather, notes, and stocks

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  1. 41 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Ahhh, finally enough space, definitely a worthwhile upgrade from 8GB!, February 29, 2008
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    Alan (Camano Island, WA, United States) –
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    This review is from: Apple iPod touch 16 GB (1st Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)
    I bought this 16GB as an upgrade from my 8GB Touch, and what a relief to finally have enough space for all my music and some videos into the bargain! I’m also very happy that this is available at what I consider to be a much more reasonable price for a 16GB Flash player (at $320 which is what I got mine for). So, here’s the things I love about the 16GB Touch:

    1) Big beautiful screen
    2) Touch screen interface
    3) Wifi connectivity with Safari, iTunes and YouTube built right into the main screen. Its awesome, I love to watch a few YouTube clips during my lunch break at the spot with the free Wifi.
    4) Changeable background, finally!
    5) Sleek form factor slides nicely into my pocket.
    6) Don’t have to use it as a cell phone (ok I’m a little biased against the iPhone, I admit it so its ok).
    7) Flips back and forth from landscape to portrait modes depending on how you hold it or what you are viewing.
    8) Power/Sleep button, thank you Apple for finally deigning to put a power-ish button on an iPod! Its nice being able to turn off the display at will with a dedicated button.
    9) Automatic brightness adjustment, absolute genius!
    10) Seems to remember where you left off on every video on the unit, awesome feature I love it!
    11) iTunes: for any iPod you have to count the flawless relationship with iTunes as a big plus, you just can’t beat it for reliability, ease of use and great features (and believe me I’ve tried!) And the automatic firmware updates are a big plus. I also like the way you can download calendar and email information through iTunes.
    12) Great Now Playing music page, the album art fills the whole screen and by tapping the middle you get immediate access to repeat and shuffle buttons. Now you can now easily shuffle just a playlist, a feature that has been hard to find on previous iPods.
    13) Like any other iPod, accessories abound and are easily purchased just about anywhere!
    14) Apple customer service is good imo, they stand behind their product and will replace without much hassle as I know from experience.
    15) The great new stuff, Notes, Mapping, stocks, you can customize the home page, email, etc.
    16) Quick access to play/volume buttons even when its locked (by double-clicking on the home button)… so I can save on the battery and still have quick access while listening to music.

    But of course, nothing is perfect. I give this a 5 stars because it is such a great innovation for Apple and a great product, but that doesn’t mean that its without flaws and here’s the ones I’ve noticed so far:

    1) Touch screen can be a bit frustrating, often doesn’t feel me and often I miss the button I’m aiming for with my fat fingers (they feel fat when trying to hit keyboard buttons on that screen anyway!). I understand that this is a “Capacitance” screen which means you can’t use a stylus or your fingernail, you have to register firm contact with your flesh on the screen. I have also had occasional problems with the touch screen (or parts of it) locking up. However, a reset (hold sleep and home buttons down at the same time for at least 10 seconds!) of the unit seems to fix the problem every time.
    2) Screen flipping: although this is a cool concept it can be annoying sometimes. Occasionally the screen flips as I’m moving around and I didn’t want it to. So I sit there twisting the thing to and fro trying to get the alignment I want. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could lock it into the perspective you want and it would just stay there (is anybody at Apple listening?)
    3) Hard to operate “blind”, as I walk around I like to be able to pause/play or adjust volume without having to look at the screen. Very easy to do on my Classic iPod, almost impossible on the Touch. I have to pull it out of my pocket almost every time I want to pause or adjust the volume. I miss having dedicated play and volume buttons, I think it was a mistake to get rid of them… one thing I like about the Archos and Classic!
    4) Sound quality is not quite as good as my iPod Classic or my Archos 605, I’ve tried it on speakers and headphones and the Video has just a little bit cleaner smoother sound especially at high volume.
    5) No built in USB port!
    6) Customization options for sound EQ and User Interface themes are still pretty limited when compared to a player like the iRiver Clix2.

    Overall, its an awesome innovative, trendsetting, and fun product and if you really like having the coolest mp3 playing toys (like me!) and money is not a major concern I say what are you waiting for?

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