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Apple iPod video review
Ilse Jurriën : December 13th 2005 - 00:50 CETupdated
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AppleApple iPod video review : Apple is hot. Whether you like it or not, whether you are a Windows or Mac freak or just that average consumer behind his desktop or notebook, Apple is everywhere. My personal interest in Apple products began with the introduction of de stylish PowerBooks and powerful PowerMacs. The designs are simply beautiful. Of course the iPod also caught my eye, and especially Apple's latest introduction of a video version of the Apple iPod is of great interest to me. It features a sharp and colourful display and is able to show me my favourite video clips, films and pictures. The storage capacity reaches up to 60GB. Apple sent me the new black coloured iPod 60GB version. I took some time to get into iPod…
Apple iPod video reviewiPod video music video player
The new iPod combines all of the ground breaking features that have made the iPod the best music player in the world with revolutionary new features such as the ability to view video content on a larger stunning color display. The new iPod features Apple’s innovative Click Wheel for precise, one-handed navigation and the portable design is ideal for putting music, Podcasts, photos, audiobooks, home movies, music videos and popular television shows in a pocket for on-the-go viewing. iPod users can also watch their video content and slideshows of their photos on a television via optional Apple accessories.

Apple iPod video review
"What can I say? I love the iPod. And although there are a lot of competitors in the game that are more or less providing the 'perfect' solution, I admire the way Apple evolved the iPod with the video feature and the finishing touch of the design. Although a larger screen would be more convenient, the playback looks perfectly sharp. The new iPod video is part of the one big concept where iTunes plays a leading role. Read our full iPod Video review now, and find out about all the features of iPod Video.

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