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Apple iPod 80GB, White 80GB White

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MP3s are ways of compressing digitally-stored music and is the Internet-used standard. MP4s can be used to compress various types of data including music and video. MP3/MP4 players are small portable devices used to playing back music files. MP3/MP4 players are extremely small and most of them have no moving parts.
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Apple iPod iPod 80GB, White, White, HDD, 80 GB, 2.5", 240 x 320 pixels, AAC,AIFF,MP3,WAV
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Apple iPod 80GB, White, iPod. Color of product: White. Player media type: HDD, Total storage capacity: 80 GB. Display diagonal: 2.5", Display resolution: 240 x 320 pixels. Audio formats supported: AAC,AIFF,MP3,WAV. Frequency range: 20 - 20000 Hz

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2014-08-29
Testseek has collected 97 expert reviews for Apple iPod 80GB, White and the average expert rating is 83 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.
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Source Review comments Score
bayreviews.com
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2014-08-29
Last weekend I got the chance to play around with my brother-in-laws new Apple iPod Video 30GB (black) and I just loved it. He got...
100%
bayreviews.com
Updated:
2014-08-29
It was our anniversary this last February, and I decided to get my wife a very nice (expensive if I may add -- $500) and in return she decided...
100%
mobiletechreview.com
Updated:
2014-08-29
of a major mobile electronics site, took that long to succumb. "But I can play MP3s on my PDA", I said. And I watch videos on my iPAQ hx2490 and Dell Axim X51v Pocket PCs all the time (nothing better for beating long flight boredom). But 4 gig CF and...
100%
pcmag.com
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2014-08-29
Dont call it the Video iPod, the vPod, or anything that indicates that this is a video player. Its the new iPod, period. Though it does have video-playback capabilities, Apple has chosen to keep the iPods focus on audio (for now). That said, video...
Good Video looks great on the sharp, clear screen. Slim design. Well-integrated with iTunes. Excellent new audio recording features.
Bad Still no pan and zoom for photos. Audio recording requires adapter. Optional, proprietary Apple AV cable costs $20.
Bottom line Its the same excellent music player, but with the added bonuses of video support, audio recording capabilities, and enhanced audio quality...
100%
about.com/compute
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2014-08-29
To accommodate the change, Apple created a new form factor for the iPod, making it wider, and giving it a beautiful, bright, high-resolution a 2.5-inch screen. And, because video files are so much bigger than music files, the capacity of the iPod was r...
90%
macworld.com
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2014-08-29
(The following summary applies to all three second-generation iPod nano models.)Although the new 5G iPod isnt the "true video iPod" many people were expecting, its a solid upgrade from its predecessor, offering useful new software features for wat...
90%
pcmag.com
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2014-08-29
The latest full-size iPod can be considered generation 5.5, since the interface and design improvements arent nearly as drastic as they were from generation 4 to 5. The new model comes in 30GB and an ultra-roomy 80GB capacity. With the exception of th...
Good Bright screen. Excellent interface. Seamless integration with iTunes. You can transfer purchased music from iPod back to PCs. Very good sound quality. Long video battery life. Supports lossless and Audible formats, as well as gapless playback. Supports...
Bad Audio battery life could be longer. FM tuner and recording capabilities require optional accessories. Video-format support could be broader.
Bottom line The latest version of the iPod has a few enhancements, including longer video battery life, support for some cool games, a brighter screen, a search feature, and larger capacity (up to 80GB). And the price drop is nice too.
90%
trustedreviews.com
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2014-08-29
If you’ve read yesterday’s of the Creative Zen Vision: M you would probably have noticed that a certain other product was name checked once or twice. This was of course the iPod. And having actually got hold of the latest one we thought we mi...
90%
infosyncworld.com
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2014-08-29
Before the imminent release of the iPhone, we take a good look at Apples newest generation of iPod, with 80GB of storage for movies and music.
Good Best-in-class transfer and management software. Classic design. Great sound. Videos look sharp even on the small screen.
Bad Lacks some features without additional hardware. Interface is looking dated. No WMA support without re-encoding song file.
Bottom line The iPod is the best digital audio player on the market, and there is still room for improvement. While other players have tried to add features and accessories to make up for their shortcomings, the iPod gets it right with a slick hardware design, e...
86%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
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2014-08-29
Apple iPod (MA002LL/A) Has a great-looking screen for watching video, but its a bit too small for extended viewing. Given the brouhaha surrounding Apples latest player, one might assume its name is the Video iPod. But it is simply an iPod, the fifth...
Good High audio quality High audio quality, Screen is bright and sharp...
Bad iTunes doesnt convert video for iPod...
Bottom line Has a great-looking screen for watching video, but its a bit too small for extended viewing.
85%
mp3.com
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2014-08-29
Incredibly thin and intuitive design; beautiful LCD; supports photo and video playback; seamless integration with iTunes, which boasts the worlds biggest music catalog and a new video store; smooth video; lots of extra features, such as a world clock...
Good Incredibly thin and intuitive design; beautiful LCD; supports photo and video playback; seamless integration with iTunes, which boasts the worlds biggest music catalog and a new video store; smooth video; lots of extra features, such as a world clock...
Bad No extras included, such as a dock, A/V cables, or a power adapter; poor battery life for video; slight delay when playing video; no guarantee that your non-iTunes Music Store video will play on an iPod, even after using converted third-party software.
Bottom line Get the affordable, sleek, and sexy 5G Apple iPod for its audio virtues. Although video looks great, poor video battery life and a relatively small screen hamper its appeal to video heads.
83%
Computerpoweruser.com
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2014-08-29
So Santa stiffed you on your PS3 request this year but left you with a little post-holiday spending money. Why not take your Christmas loot and pick up a PMP? I grabbed 10 players from across a spectrum of sizes and capabilities and ran them until I&rsquo...
80%
maclife.com
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2014-08-29
Both its software and its screen are brighter. Although it wasnt "completely remastered," as was the iPod nano, the flagship 5G iPod received a sprucing up in its latest incarnation. It shares the same software upgrades as the iPod nano, and its la...
Good Brighter screen. Longer battery life. Improved earbuds. Games. Lower price per gigabyte. 80GB is biggest ever.
Bad Display is too small for watching movies. Clickwheel can be touchy.
Bottom line The new iPod has some welcome improvements, but if Apple wants us to carry our digital entertainment center in our pockets, it needs to provide us with a bigger window on our world...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2014-08-29
Bigger hard disk, better battery life and a brighter screen...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2014-08-29
Few new features, but a big price cut for the flagship iPod...
80%
macnews.com
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2014-08-29
Apple recently revved the fifth generation iPod, making its screen 60 percent brighter and adding an 80GB version. If you liked the previous 5G (video enabled) iPod, you’ll doubtless love the updated version, especially as prices have dropped. The n...
80%
ilounge.com
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2014-08-29
After years of suggesting that its iPod platform was "all about the music," Apple Computer eleven months ago released its first iPod with video playback capabilities, the fifth-generation "iPod (with video)" (iLounge rating: A-/B+). A still image from...
Good small but noticeable enhancements of the bass are definitely apparent, giving tracks an inoffensively warmer sound. With Bass Booster turned on, distortion is not absent in any of the 5G models, but is definitely lower, and has a smoother, less mecha...
Bad Though improved in brightness and color accuracy over prior version, 2.5” screen is still too small for long-term video viewing, and users still must convert videos to one of only two compatible video formats. Unlike photos and videos, games can...
Bottom line When we rated the original fifth-generation iPod as an A-/B+ product last year, our feeling was that Apple had created its best audio and photo device ever, with cleaner audio, more features, better photo quality and special transition effects than in...
80%
Laptopmag.com
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2014-08-29
If you want a one-stop solution for everything—music, video, podcasts, and more—the Apple iPod is your player. Unlike most PMPs, wed use the iPod as our primary music device. Videos and TV shows we bought through the iTunes Music Store ($1.9...
80%
atpm.com
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2014-08-29
The media reception given to Apple’s original iPod was, to put it kindly, rather cool. Five years later, the mainstream media is as rabid for iPod rumors as the Mac rumor sites were for Mac news in their late-1990s/early-2000s heyday. While Apple&rs...
80%
techreviewsource.com
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2014-08-29
The 5th generation Apple iPod, or sometimes known as the iPod Video and thats how well refer to it throughout the review, just might be the best iPod that weve seen from Apple. They added lots of features and slimmed the device down in size comp...
Good Very stylish design, vibrant color LCD, supports audio, video, and photo playback, excellent audio only battery life, seamless iTunes integration, lots of added features, superb audio and photo quality, great value...
Bad Mediocre video only battery life, no extras included (such as charging adapter or dock), slight delay when starting a video...
Bottom line The 5th generation Apple iPod, or sometimes known as the iPod Video and thats how well refer to it throughout the review, just might be the best iPod that weve seen from Apple. They added lots of features and slimmed the device down in size compar...
80%
maximumpc.com
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2014-08-29
The iPod Nano proved Apple still has creativity to spare in its consistent reinvention of the digital audio player, but while the classic hard drive-based iPod—now in its fifth generation—takes the device to the next level with a 2.5-inch screen and su...
80%
studiodaily.com
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2014-08-29
If you’ve been working crazy deadlines and have somehow missed Apple’s recent media blitz, here’s a bit of news: The company’s latest iPods now offer video support. Right after the initial launch in October, the critics laughed and...
80%
macnews.com
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2014-08-29
I’m still not convinced that I’ll be watching a lot of video on it, but there’s no denying that the 5G (video) iPod is a wonderful update to a fine product. I’ve enjoyed watching short videos on it, such as a music video (Coldplay’s “Clocks”...
80%
Laptopmag.com
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2014-08-29
Dont call it a Video iPod. Apple is adamant that the fifth generation of its market-defining hardware is simply an iPod, albeit one that finally packs the long-rumored video capability into the two available models, in 30GB and 60GB capacities. To a c...
Good Beautiful screen, Thin and light design, Easy to download music videos and TV shows, Better battery life when playing audio...
Bad Cumbersome encoding for non-iTunes videos, Some older accessories wont work, Mediocre video battery life...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2014-08-29
Fifth generation Ipod with video, but not one for movies...
80%
ilounge.com
Updated:
2014-08-29
We could write four different reviews of Apple Computer’s fifth-generation iPod (30GB/$299, 60GB/$399) - one from an audiophile’s perspective, one from a photographer’s perspective, one from a movie lover’s perspective, or one from...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
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2014-08-29
Apple stays true to their design heritage with the new iPod.
80%
Digitaltrends.com
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2014-08-29
Apple stays true to their design heritage with the new iPod.
80%
pocketgamer.co.uk
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2014-08-29
These are exciting times for handheld gaming, what with PSP and DS slugging it out for the hearts and minds (and thumbs) of gamers, while mobile phone gaming continues to evolve at the speed of light.Does the world really need another pocket gaming pla...
60%
homecinemachoice.com
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2014-08-29
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60%
Thetechlounge.com
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2014-08-29
Yes, dear readers, it has finally happened. I held out for as long as I could!nearly 6.5 years. As a notorious iPod critic, I thought Id be the last person on Earth to cradle Apples musical jewel in my hand. But it seams that even I cant hold out fo...
Good It shur is purty, maw, Solid player that is available everywhere, Excellent musical quality, Bright, high quality screen...
Bad Screwy scroll wheel, Pricey iTunes store, Eye strain while watching movies, Its not an iPhone...
Bottom line As much as I hate to admit it, I actually like using the iPod Video. As a diehard small market MP3 player user, its hard for me to admit that. Its also difficult to nit pick a player that has been out for so long, has been redesigned and upgraded mul...
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Maxitmag.com
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2014-08-29
Thankfully, as a music player the iPod is still the champ. Sound quality is excellent with an improved Apple claimed 15 hour playback on full battery charge. Purchase an optional docking station such as the JBL On Stage (highly recommended) and...
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hometheaterhifi.com
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2014-08-29
A couple of months ago, I did something I never thought I would do: I bought an iPod. Cynthia has had one for several years, and Susan got one last Fall. Both were birthday presents from me. The reason I didnt purchase one for a long time was MP3. It...
0%
avecmobile.com
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2014-08-29
Listen to songs purchased from the iTunes shop and MP3 music copied from your CDs. Download videos and TV shows from the iTunes store for watching on your computer and on the video iPod. Browse photos and slideshows you have copied from your computer o...
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productsifter.com
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2014-08-29
If youre into your music but youre not an audio nut, if you want to watch videos but only the odd clip here and there, if you want to store pictures but not your entire album - and you dont want to spend the earth to do it - then the 30GB iPod is fo...
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productsifter.com
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2014-08-29
The 80GB model is the best iPod that money can buy. It offers a massive memory capable of housing 20,000 songs and a gorgeously bright colour display that allows you to watch video clips and films. Even its battery is a cut above the rest and should ke...
0%
cameratown.com
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2014-08-29
This review will look at the iPod Photo from two functionality standpoints; As a photo storage/player device, and as an all around multimedia device (Music, Photos, and Slideshows). If you are considering getting an MP3 player or a photo/media device s...
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macintouch.com
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2014-08-29
iPod Video, or "the wide iPod" as Apple CEO Steve Jobs calls it, is the fifth generation of full-size iPods, introduced four years after the original 5GB iPod that started it all. iPod evolved from a simple, yet elegant, music player to a combinatio...
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macsonly.com
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2014-08-29
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bigbruin.com
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2014-08-29
Apples latest offering, the iPod Video, includes everything found in previous iPods, but also includes video playback! While this technology is not new, Apple stepping into this medium will hopefully help the video market grow as the MP3 market did wh...
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LordPercy.com
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2014-08-29
From complete denial that the Video iPod was coming to delivery in 8 weeks, the weird world of consumer electronics brings us the 5g iPod with Video replay. We see if Steve Jobs Baby is worth viewing?...
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ign.com
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2014-08-29
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informationweek.com
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2014-08-29
First it was music, then it was color photos, then podcasts. Now, Apple is at it again with the debut of its latest addition to the iPod family. The new iPod is thinner, lighter and boasts crisp video functionality that lets you watch TV shows on the g...
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arstechnica.com
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2014-08-29
The new iPod was announced by Steve Jobs last week at a highly anticipated "special event" in San Jose, California. In the days leading up to the announcement, a number of rumors had circulated about the possibility of iPods with video capabilities bei...
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