Apple's iPod Touch puts the multimedia capabilities of the iPhone into a lighter, leaner package. Available in 8GB and 16GB capacities, the iPod Touch has drop-dead looks and a graphic user interface that's ahead of it's time.
At just .31 inches thick, the iPod Touch is remarkably thin. It's not quite as thin as the iPod Nano, but it's one of the thinnest widescreen portable video players on the market.
From the back, the iPod Touch (center) looks much more like the iPod Classic (right) than the iPhone (left). The glossy chrome backing of the Touch and the Classic is beautiful at first glance, but without a case, smudges and scratches will quickly take over.
While most of the iPod Touch's features have trickled down from the iPhone, the ability to access the iTunes WiFi music store is brand new. Using the iPod Touch's WiFi internet connection, users can browse, preview, purchase, and download selections from Apple's iTunes music store.
With its glossy glass screen, the iPod Touch produces its fair share of glare compared to competing PVPs with matte screens. So long as lighting conditions aren't too bright, the all-black trim makes a nice frame for viewing photos and videos.