The iPod Touch is a tiny, relatively inexpensive way to get a taste of iOS, but is it worth buying? Let's find out.
There's no one-size-fits-all MP3 or Portable Media Player (PMP) that's perfect for everybody. Whether you want something that plays MP3s, hi-res FLAC files, or even stream music from the web there's something to suit most budgets.
CNET's Donald Bell looks at the value proposition of Apple's latest 16GB iPod Touch -- and doesn't like what he sees.
The fourth-gen iPod Touch is Apple's second-best portable media player, with a price that will help you forget about No. 1.
Lightweight, quick, and easy to use, the i.Sound Portable Power Max battery is a great way to keep your USB gadgets going when a wall charger isn't accessible.
The sixth generation of the iPod Nano is the smallest yet, but it comes at the expense of valuable features and practical controls.
No other MP3 player on the planet packs more features, from video to a pedometer, into a smaller package than the overachieving Apple iPod Nano.
The fourth-generation iPod Nano is easy on the eyes and the wallet, and you can't beat its hardware and user interface design. Just be sure to give iTunes 8 a spin before committing.
The Slacker Portable Player isn't the best player for audiophiles and control freaks, but its excellent accompanying service makes it perfect for those who want their music provided to them for very minimal effort and cost.
The Slacker Portable Player is available exclusively at Slacker's Web site.
The iPod Touch is a beautiful product, inside and out, but prepare yourself for sticker shock.
The Coby PMP-4330 made many compromises to meet its attractive price tag. Still, this PVP's built-in ability to record video is unprecedented for a wide-screen player in this price range.