Play Games, Movies, Music on New iPod Touch

Apple has launched the second generation iPod touch featuring a thinner contoured metal design, and packed in a long list of most wanted features which makes buying an iPod Touch more attractive.

Browse along the 3.5-inch widescreen glass display, check out the new integrated volume control buttons, and a built-in speaker for casual listening. Browse the web with the powerful 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi wireless networking, and test the built-in accelerometer and other advanced sensors that power the Apple’s revolutionary Multi-Touch user interface.

Playing games on the iPod Touch is more fun now as the built-in accelerometer actually responds to your movements, so you can tilt and turn your iPod touch to control the action. Use the Multi-Touch to give you precise fingertip control over game elements. The built in speaker lets you hear all the action. Choose from hundreds of game titles from iTunes or through the App Store application on the iPod touch.

Music got better on the iPod Touch with new Genius feature, that finds the songs in your library that go great together and makes a Genius Playlist for you. Cover Flow lets you flip through your CD or record collection. iPod touch also offers built-in wireless support for Nike + iPod – insert a Nike + iPod sensor into your shoe and start running.

Longer battery life ensures that your iPod touch provides up to 36 hours of audio playback or 6 hours of video playback. iPod touch is the ultra-portable way to enjoy your favorite music, TV shows, movies and games on the go. The 32GB model holds up to 7,000 songs, 25,000 photos or 40 hours of video; the 16GB model holds up to 3,500 songs, 20,000 photos or 20 hours of video, and the 8GB model holds up to 1,750 songs, 10,000 photos and 10 hours of video.

Buy the new iPod touch for $229 for 8GB model, $299 for 16GB and $399 for 32 GB model. Existing iPod touch users can update to the latest 2.1 software for just $9.95 to add the new Genius feature. iPod touch owners who already have the 2.0 software get the 2.1 software update for free.


  1. Wallace says:

    i am planing to buy one for internet usage as the iphone is still too expensive right now.

  2. Time Tracker says:

    I guess what I’m a bit confused about is, why would anyone go for a ‘regular’ iPod when the iPhone isn’t much more and offers a much wider variety of features than a simple music player?

  3. Ibrahim Rabbani says:

    Ipod touch > Iphone imo because of the huge price difference.. eitherway the new ipod touch is awesome!

  4. charlesss says:

    Gotta love that new iPhone 3G s, might get one if I can find a good AT&T plan with it

  5. Time Clock says:

    I normally play games on my ipad, but its not that good compared to playing games on a computer monitor, why is it so?

  6. Leave Management System says:

    i love to play games in iphone and ipad . only istore give me good technical app like leave management , timesheet management etc .

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