A pop-cult fix for a generation that grew up playing Nintendo and watching Saturday morning cartoons
The fourth-gen iPod Touch is Apple's second-best portable media player, with a price that will help you forget about No. 1.
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If it wasn’t for the glitchy software and sub-standard battery life, the fake iPod Nano might have been almost as good as the real thing.
Typical price: $30.00
Both the One and XL are great GPS units: compact, correctable, good looking and easy to use. At RRP we'd pick the narrow screen One every time though.
Typical price: $349.00
The UP series comes with an inbuilt question: are you happy to spend more money for the best quality components, or would you prefer to spring for boards that offer better bang for buck?
Typical price: $239.00
It's a slobber knocker between two of the heaviest-hitting full-size tablets. Can Apple's iPad 4 keep its spot as the Prizefight champion, or will Google's Nexus 10 finally take it down? Let's get it on!
An upcoming platform game lets you twist space to access two, three and four dimensions.
The 4th-generation iPod Touch is still hanging around, offering the best bang for your buck when it comes to buying-in to Apple's iOS ecosystem.
The Ricoh WG-4 (with and without GPS) and WG-20 offer the same durable construction that the series is known for, as well as a new mounting system for action cam lovers, and it officially drops the Pentax name from point-and-shoots.
Not sure which new iPod to choose? The Nano's fifth incarnation wins hands down, with FM tuner and video camera being more than just cheap gimmicks.
Typical price: $199.00
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