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Apple iPod touch touch 8Gb 8GB Black

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iPod touch 8Gb, 3.5'' Multi-Touch display, 960 x 640, USB 2.0, 20 - 20000Hz, Lithium-ion
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Apple iPod iPod touch 8Gb, Black, Flash-media, 8 GB, 8.89 cm (3.5"), 960 x 640 pixels, AAC,MP3,WAV
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Apple iPod touch 8Gb, iPod. Colour of product: Black. Player media type: Flash-media, Total storage capacity: 8 GB. Display diagonal: 8.89 cm (3.5"), Display resolution: 960 x 640 pixels. Audio formats supported: AAC,MP3,WAV, Video formats supported: H.264, Image formats supported: JPG. Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm, Headphone frequency: 20 - 20000 Hz

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Reviews
Updated:
2013-11-01
Testseek has collected 124 expert reviews for Apple iPod touch 8Gb and the average expert rating is 88 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
88%
Source Review comments Score
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
You know the story by now. For many, the iPod touch is the iPhone without the phone and GPS features—no cellular voice calls, no texting, and no EDGE or 3G wireless service. The remaining features that the two have in common (or lack) is often how the...
Good Extremely versatile device, addition of FaceTime video calling, much improved clear and bright display, HD video recording, better gaming potential, powered by Apple's A4 chip.
Bad Still camera poor compared to iPhone 4, no GPS hardware.
100%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
An all-new Retina Display screen, a new camera, and an inconceivably slim body – is this the ultimate do-it-all MP3 player?The goodThis is simply the best-looking iPod, indeed the best-looking MP3 player we've ever laid eyes on. The Touch 4G is even th...
Good This is simply the best-looking iPod, indeed the best-looking MP3 player we've ever laid eyes on. The Touch 4G is even thinner than its predecessors – any bulges have been eradicated to leave a sheer, smooth device.The new Retina Display that it shares with the iPhone 4 is just as stunning with its crisp, clear 960×640 display – perfect for album artwork or the new Games Centre capabilities.Indee...
Bad The camera on the new iPod touch is still a touch disappointing. Stills top out at a maximum of 960×720, so you won't be replacing your cam with these just yet. And the fixed focus doesn’t help matters.The maximum capacity is a mere 64GB, so this is not for audiophiles. And the lack of FLAC support may put them off too. But then, this isn't a device designed for the audiophile market.
Bottom line The most beautiful MP3 player we've seen, and a peerless all-rounder for music, media and gaming.Best offers for the iPod Touch 4GHMV £149.00 iPod Touch 4G is tagged with iPod, iPod Touch, 4G and Apple. Select a tag (iPod, for example) to find everythi...
100%
T3.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The sublime is now Apple’s most successful iPod and this latest version is better than ever. Jonathan Ive and his team have been able to shave yet more millimetres and grams off a PMP that was already thinner than the Piers Morgan fanclub directory...
Good Truly stunning aesthetics. Great display, Super audio, Decent HD video camera...
Bad Top end model is a lot of money, No Flash video support, FaceTime, though excellent, is of limited use...
Bottom line Top-notch audio quality, an HD camcorder and a great screen, combine with some welcome additions via IOS4.1 to create the best PMP you can buy...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
For its latest iPod Touch, Apple has closed the gap between what its portable media player and iPhone 4 are capable of. In fact, it's pretty much fair to say that this time around the iPod touch is an iPhone without the phone capability. From the outsi...
Bottom line The latest iPod touch is an improvement all-round. With its incredible screen, built-in camera and amazing user interface, this is the best media player around...
100%
webuser.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
The iPod Touch, like the iPhone, has made its way through four generations of upgrades, but its changes have been more incremental, mostly concerned with increasing capacity and tweaking the external design. However, with this latest update, the iPod Touch has taken on the iPhone...
100%
electricpig.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
The new iPod touch 4G almost has an easy ride of things. Here we are in 2010, and no other media player has even come close to touching the jack of all trades capabilities of previous models, even if there are better sounding tune chuckers out ther...
Good Calling it wafer thin would be an insult, not a compliment. Screen is gorgeous...
Bad The camera is not the same as the iPhone 4's, no GPS...
Bottom line Hi-fi purists will still scoff, but for most, this is once again the best PMP in the world by a very, very long way...
100%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The third generation iPod Touch was a desirable, intuitive and, to a large extent, unrivalled portable media player. The fourth generation is slimmer and neater-looking around the edges. Battery life is around 40 hours for music and seven for video pla...
Good Retina display is stunning, fine picture quality, clear, detailed and expressive sound...
Bad No FM radio...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
We’re expecting third-party speaker systems and hi-fis to include AirPlay, which means the iPod Touch could become the centre of your home entertainment system, with lossless Wi-Fi music streaming making lossy Bluetooth Stereo a thing of the past. We’...
Good Great HD video. Print quality screen. Wi-Fi video calling. Three-axis gyro for improved gaming control...
Bad Lo-res stills capture. Not much AirPlay-compatible kit available at launch. Viewing angle not as good as iPhone 4. Bundled buds are bin bound...
Bottom line Excels as a music player, games machine, videocamera and so much more. The best iPod yet...
100%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-01
You know the story by now. For many, the is the iPhone without the phone and GPS features – no cellular voice calls, no texting, and no EDGE or 3G wireless service. The remaining features that the two have in common (or lack) is often how the iPod tou...
Bottom line The iPod touch is wildly popular for good reason. It’s an extremely versatile device – media player; pocket gaming machine; productivity tool; internet communication device; and, with this latest update, pocket camcorder, still camera, handheld recorde...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The gap between the iPod touch and iPhone is getting increasingly small, as the gap between Apple's iPod models gets wider. As the latest has sharpened its focus on becoming a small, snazzy, music player, the iPod touch is adding more strings t...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-01
The iPod touch is now even slimmer, at 7.2mm, comes with iOS5 and supports iCloud — a neat way of accessing your music and Photostream from anywhere via the web. The iMessage feature now lets you send secure messages over Wi-Fi too.Not everything that...
Good Susceptible to scratches, No Siri...
Bad iOS 5 improvements are great, Best screen of any portable media player...
Bottom line We’re smitten with the latest version of the iPod touch on almost every level. Additions such as Photostream and the editable playlists really enhance the player’s usability while iCloud addresses some of the ‘tied to iTunes’ concerns we’ve raised in t...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
Not everything that will run on the iPhone 4 and 4S (which have superior video processors) will do so on the iPod touch, but most items, including GarageBand, will. Don’t expect the more graphics-intensive iMovie with its real-time video capture and sp...
Bottom line We’re smitten with the latest version of the iPod touch on almost every level. Additions such as Photostream and the editable playlists really enhance the player’s usability while iCloud addresses some of the ‘tied to iTunes’ concerns we’ve raised in t...
90%
macworld.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-01
The in late 2007, in the aftermath of a summer of sheer iPhone frenzy, was anticlimactic. The new device was hobbled by its hardware (no speaker or volume controls) and its software (Apple originally omitted Notes, Mail, Stocks, Maps, and Weather). It...
90%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Tweet With the recent refresh of Apple's iPod range, the iPod touch has undoubtedly asserted itself at the top of the tree. With the nano stripping down, there appears to be a hole in the middle of what was once Apple's MP3 player offering. The iPod t...
Good Display is sensational, the App Store, user interface, versatility, build quality...
Bad Price, camera offering a little lacklustre, new design isn't as comfortable as the last version, limited format support...
Bottom line It sounds great when listening to music, looks great when watching video and it is a real pleasure to use. Easily pocketable to take on the move and with excellent fast rendering of websites and connected apps for when you are in a friendly network, yo...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apple's iPod touch has had a radical makeover, with the fourth-generation Touch coming in the wake of the widely praised iPhone 4 and offering some of the same features. It is Apple's best iPod to date and can be considered a triple threat: a gaming...
Bottom line The new iPod Touch is the best dedicated music player that Apple has released to date. The 'Retina' display, iOS4 and the faster processor mean that listening to music, playing games and surfing the Web are easier and more enjoyable than with its pred...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apple's iPod Touch has had a radical makeover, with the fourth-generation Touch coming in the wake of the widely praised iPhone 4 and offering some of the same features. It is Apple's best iPod to date and can be considered a triple threat: a gaming c...
Good Rich display, faster processor, HD video recording, front and back cameras...
Bad Poor camera resolution, no camera flash, no in-line microphone on included ear buds...
Bottom line The new iPod Touch is the best dedicated music player that Apple has released to date. The 'Retina' display, iOS4 and the faster processor mean that listening to music, playing games and surfing the Web are easier and more enjoyable than with its prede...
85%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
The rumour mill was flying thick and fast last year with speculation that the new third-generation version of the iPod Touch would include a camera for the first time. However, the model unveiled featured a faster processor but no camera, leaving the A...
Bottom line The iPod Touch is an amazingly versatile little gadget, and the improved performance of this model enhances its gaming credentials, while the FaceTime technology will appeal to adults and youngsters alike. The stills camera is unspectacular, but havin...
85%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
The nano takes the plaudits for most adventurous iPod update, but the touch runs it a close second. Cast your eye over it briefly and it doesn’t look as if much as changed over the previous version. It’s still largely the same form factor, with the sam...
Bottom line The price might be eyewatering, but this is the ultimate pocket entertainment device, with a fabulous screen...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-11-01
The nano takes the plaudits for most adventurous iPod update, but the touch runs it a close second. Cast your eye over it briefly and it doesn’t look as if much as changed over the previous version. It’s still largely the same form factor, with the sam...
Bottom line The fourth generation iPod touch gets Apple's high-resolution Retina display and a pair of cameras, but is it worth the high price?...
83%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
This latest iPod Touch looks is much the same as the last one but there have been some significant improvements.Essentially, the new features bring the iPod Touch up to the level of the iPhone 4. The screen has the same resolution as the iPhone 4's, wh...
Good Thin and light; does nearly everything an iPhone does; good battery life...
Bad Facetime is a mess; no GPS; camera quality not great...
Bottom line An excellent music and video player that also doubles as a handheld computer...
80%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2014-04-12
The most amazing thing about Apple's latest iPod touch is its colour.It's available in both black and white. No, we're not being glib - we mean it!Apart from the colour change there's no difference here between the specs of the iPod touch 4th Generation f...
Good It's white!, iOS 5 software rocks, Thinner than an iPhone, Retina Display, iCloud integration...
Bad Still need to use iTunes, Can't play common file formats, Specs looking out of date, Back attracts fingerprints & scratches, It's not an iPhone...
Bottom line There was no way we had room in this review to mention everything the iPod touch does. We haven't even touched on features like Internet browsing, email, maps and the gazillions of apps that totally transform what it's capable of, for example. We're real...
80%
itproportal.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
It's cheerful, colourful and versatile, and though it technically has competition, Apple's iPod Touch still stands alone. While we still classify it as an MP3 player, the fully redesigned iPod Touch is more like a smartphone without the phone, bringing mo...
Good Terrific design and build quality, Slim and light, Beautiful screen, Tremendous number of apps...
Bad Rather expensive entrylevel model, Lightning connector compatibility issues...
Bottom line Published under license from Ziff Davis, Inc. New York, All rights reserved. Copyright © 2012-2013 Ziff Davis, Inc...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
The most amazing thing about Apple's latest iPod touch is its colour.It's available in both black and white. No, we're not being glib - we mean it!Apart from the colour change there's no difference here between the specs of the iPod touch 4th Generatio...
Good It's white!, iOS 5 software rocks, Thinner than an iPhone, Retina Display, iCloud integration...
Bad Still need to use iTunes, Can't play common file formats, Specs looking out of date, Back attracts fingerprints & scratches, It's not an iPhone...
Bottom line There was no way we had room in this review to mention everything the iPod touch does. We haven't even touched on features like Internet browsing, email, maps and the gazillions of apps that totally transform what it's capable of, for example.We're rea...
80%
macworld.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
The iPod touch is now even slimmer (7.2mm), comes with iOS 5, and supports iCloud – a neat way of accessing your music and photo stream from anywhere via the web. (See review overleaf.) The iMessage feature now lets you send messages over Wi-Fi too. No...
Good Wafer-thin body; editable playlists; faster camera...
Bad Scratches easily; no Siri voice-control; it’s still no iPhone...
80%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Facetime is available both on the iPhone 4 and other iOS 4 devices, and to the surprise of many commentators, is available on the iPod touch 4G. It's basically a videoconferencing tool that allows you to make video calls with any contacts who also have...
Good Lots of features, Facetime available without 3G, Decent processor does a good job, Reasonable quality audio...
Bad TN screen, not IPS like on the iPhone 4, Low resolution on the screen, Headphones need replacing...
Bottom line There aren't many revolutionary new features on this latest iPod touch. It's a good product overall, but both the screen and the camera left us disappointed...
80%
laptops.co.uk
Updated:
2013-11-01
The iPod Touch is simply a gadget killer. Honestly, we could leave the review at that but that wouldn’t help anyone. The iPod Touch looks, at face value, to be very much like an iPhone 4 and in a number of ways it is. Design It looks amazing...
Good Thinnest and lightest iPhone Touch ever, A4 processor makes it superfast...
Bad The camera comes without a flash...
Bottom line Very much a downgraded iPhone 4 and incorporating some of the best technologies from the iPhone 4 such as FaceTime and Retina display, it is a seriously impressive piece of kit and is an all-in-one mobile entertainment device without call capabilities. Th...
10%
hifichoice.co.uk
Updated:
2014-06-21
Launched in September, the 4th generation iPod Touch builds on the facilities of the previous models, but is still most easily explained as the screen, processor and basic design of the iPhone, without the ability to make and receive phone calls.The path...
Good Incredibly flexible, improved sound quality via headphone socket...
Bad Bottom mounted headphone socket annoying...
0%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2013-11-01
Apple's relentless cycle of annual upgrades means that the latest version of the Apple iPod Touch is the fourth generation of this all-conquering handheld device. Blimey, time flies.From day one the iPod Touch has offered a list of features that are...
Bottom line The new iPod Touch has improved music playback quality and the revised battery should deliver 40 hours of music or seven hours of video. You need to use iTunes to handle your media and that's not a fun experience but the hardware is a joy to use and th...
0%
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