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Apple iPod Photo(60GB, colour) Review

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The iPod is a beautiful and versatile device with a new, affordable price. The 20GB colour version costs AU$449 with the 60GB model now only AU$598.


Battery type
Lithium ion Claimed battery life15 hours
Headphone type
Earbud Display type

Colour Dimensions (H x W x D)104 x 61 x 19 mm

Display size
220 x 176

Storage capacity
60 GB

Other features
Colour display, photo galleries

Physical Features
Weight181 g



The good:
- Intuitive photo viewing
- Displays album art
- Adds colour to your iPod experience
- Mammoth 20GB or 60GB hard drive
- Lets you view photos and listen to music simultaneously
- Speedy performance
- Latest firmware update along with optional Camera Connector will allow direct digital-camera transfers of photos, which will be viewable on iPod
- Solid battery life
The bad:
- Package doesn't include iPhoto 4.x, FireWire cable, A/V cable, or dock
- Slightly heavier and thicker than fourth-generation iPod




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