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The New iPod With Video Support


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Steve Jobs has done it again, and has come out with a product that is simply going to sell a ton. While many of us expected an addition to the iPod line, Apple has instead opted to make what we might have referred to as the iPod video, simply - the iPod. The new iPod is available in 30GB and 60GB models and has a wider 2.5-inch color 320x240 TFT screen. Apple is also making the new standard iPod available in what we like to call “nano Black.” All other features of the iPod remain the same, with the addition of the ability to play MPEG-4 and H.264 encoded video. The price point is not too shabby here either, with the 30GB model costing $299 (holding 75 hours of video)  and the 60GB model hitting $399 (holding 150 hours of video.) The new iPods are thinner than the previous models, with the 30GB being 31% thinner than the 20GB iPod, and the 60GB version being 12% thinner than the 20GB iPod (Thank God!)


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Comments:

WOW! An mp3 player with video “support”, whatever that means.  Gotta tell all my friends. Never seen one before!

Why can’t they have better battery life.  It blows…

Batt life on video playback for the 30GB is only 2 hours!

THis product is still going to sell, however.  Time to invest in AAPL stocks!


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