iPod / iPhone Speaker Systems
iPod & MP3 Player Facts
The iPod Shuffle is the smallest and simplest iPod on the market and features a built-in clip to so you can easily attach it, The iPod Shuffle does not have a video screen like other iPods. You load your music and organize your playlist from your computer. The iPod Shuffle lets you control skipping forward/back, play/pause and stop. The latest generation iPod Shuffle is very small, less than 1/2 inch thick..You get 1GB (about 240 songs) or 2GB (about 500 songs) of flash memory and a 12-hour battery. In addition to holding and playing music, the Shuffle can store other data files.
The iPod Nano is still very small and light plus it features a color screen. It does not have a built-in clip, like the Shuffle, The Nano is about 2 inches wide, 2.75 inches tall and 1/4 -inch thick. This iPod is currently available with 4GB (about 1,000 songs) or 8GB (about 2,000 songs) of flash memory, and in several colors. The Nano allows you to store and view photos,a nd tores and plays videos, too. The Nano battery provides up to 24 hours of music playback.
iPod Classic is larger and heavier than iPod nanos, due to the fact that they use hard drives instead of flash memory. iPod Classic is designed for true music and video enthusiasts. They are available with capacities of 80GB or 160GB. All iPod classics are 2.4 inches wide and 4.1 inches tall. The 80GB iPod Classic battery will play up to 30 hours of music and five hours of video, with the 160GB model playing 40 hours and seven hours, respectively.
iPod Touch has a touch screen like the iPhone, It is through touching and dragging on the screen that allows you control the iPod. The Touch has wireless networking capabilities, which enables you to access the Internet. You can purchase an iPod touch with a capacity of 8GB, 16GB or 32GB. All utilize flash memory and allow you to play music and view videos and photos. You can connect to the same wireless networks your computers use. It measures 4.3 inches tall, 2.4 inches wide and only 0.31 inches thick.The battery should last for up to 22 hours of music playback and five hours of video playback.
MP3 players with the largest capacities are hard-drive MP3 players. They store the music and files on an internal hard drive, which means MP3 players of this type can have large capacities. Some feature up to 80GB of space. Hard drives take up a space, so the MP3 players will not be quite as slim and light as others. Flash-based MP3 players feature flash memory, which has no moving parts like those of the hard-drive variety. Flash MP3 players are light-weight and slim (perfect for working out), but flash-drive MP3 players have smaller capacities, but have enough capacity for most people. Songs can be saved in a variety of file formats, some higher quality than others; MP3, or MPEG Layer III, AA, WAV/AIFF & WMA
iPod / iPhone Speaker Systems
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