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# 16315 4-Oct-2007 11:33
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I bought an iTouch yesterday from JB Hi-Fi and it's sweeett!
I only bought an 8G one and I've been used to having my 30G iPod 5 gen, so I'll have to see how I get on with having enough memory. My iPod Mini was only 4G when i got it years ago, and it seemed to be fine for me then, but the Mini didn't play movies, and they take up more space.

Best interface so far though for an Apple (aisde from the iPhone, I guess).

I may post a review when I've had a better play with it :)



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  # 89461 4-Oct-2007 12:05
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Heh it doesn't compaire to my "iTouch MySelf MP4 player".

LOL sorry, It's not actually called the iTouch, Its called the iPod touch.





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  # 89492 4-Oct-2007 14:31
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LOL, you're right of course. I never noticed; I guess I'm just used to Apple's naming convention - the 'i'-everything.
No wonder the search I did on Google for 'iTouch' didn't turn up many hits for the player.




 
 
 
 


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  # 89831 6-Oct-2007 15:41
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Is is zomg?

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  # 90014 7-Oct-2007 22:36
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I've had quite a play around with a 'touch' and I have to say that with a decent wifi connection handy it is very cool.
positives: streaming youtube is awesome if you've got a good wifi hit
                no stylus to lose, the touch interface is very classy
                it's pretty fast

negatives: safari is abit of a novelty as text is microscopic
                the 'menu' button, which is an actual button, is about as sensitive as mallet
                it's an expensive 8Gb/16Gb after the novelty wears off

but that's just my opinion

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