The newest Apple iPod Touch is such a sleek and slim device that it can almost go unnoticed in one\’s pocket. The screen display is sharper and resists glare more effectively when compared with the last generation Touch. When turned off, the face of the touch remains entirely black, unlike the first generation model that contrasted a shade of gray between the screen and its border. Also noticeable is its blazing performance speed in everything from launching apps to navigating menus. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi have proved to be effective on the Touch, while the camera is awaiting further testing. There is still much to be examined on the new Touch, but has so far been an impressive device.
Check back soon for a full review and take a peek at some preliminary judgments in Brighthand\’s first-look review.
- Arrives fully assembled, lightweight
- 3.5-inch Retina display (640 x 960)
- Virtual keyboard for text entry
- Good speaker quality
- iOS 4.1 operating system/ A4 processor
- Impressive Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- Pre-loaded calendar, contacts, notes, calculator, clock, maps, weather, and voice memo apps
- No pre-loaded games
- Front and rear cameras. Average first-impression. Being tested further
- Battery being tested
- Pricing – $230 8GB, $300 32GB, $400 64GB