iPod has ruled the world of portable media players and with the fourth generation iPod Touch 8GB it gets even better! Moreover, it comes with a whole lot of extras you can do everything that you do with your iPhone with the iPod Touch. The only difference being that the iPod does not support mobile broadband.
What is inside?
You can store up to 2000 songs or 10,000 photos or up to 10 hours of videos with a memory capacity of about 8 GB. The battery backup is truly impressive on a single charge it will last for about 40 hours of songs and 7 hours of video playback. iPod Touch 8GB supports popular audio formats including MP3 and AAC and video formats like MPEG-4 and H.264.
Weighing at just about 100g it is extremely portable and the 3.5-inch retina quality screen works wonderfully. Loaded with iOS 5 the media player is a sort of a mini computer with the wide range of things that you can do with it because of iTunes and its staggering 500,000 strong apps. The reason people love iPods is not because of it is of the app store.
Pros and Cons
Get started with an iPod along with the included USB cable and the earphones and you will not stop celebrating. You can use iMessage to send messages over Wi-Fi, make FaceTime video calls, record HD videos although the camera resolution is not that impressive or use iCloud to store and synch your data to a cloud server. Moreover, all the while hear your favorite songs and videos. iPods are undisputedly the synonym to portable media players!
Although the media performance is impressive, there will always be the issue of space and 8GB is not at all enough. The earphones coming with it are also not that bright. Otherwise, iPod Touch 8GB gives full value of your money.