Nicknamed the phoneless iPhone, the Apple iPod Touch is the latest addition to the iPod family.

The Apple iPod Touch comes in a minimalist black box, just like the iPod Classic.

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The Apple iPod Touch meets two of its older family members -- the 2nd-gen iPod Nano and the updated 6th-gen "video" iPod.

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The iPod Touch boasts many features of the Apple iPhone, not including the phone functionality of course.

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The iPod Touch is as sleek and impressive-looking as the iPhone -- and it's even thinner.

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The iPod Touch boasts the Cover Flow feature introduced in iTunes 7, allowing you to view your music collection as a virtual shelf of album art.

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The inclusion of WiFi and the Safari Web browser make surfing the internet on an iPod possible for the first time.

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As with the iPhone, the Apple iPod Touch features an integrated YouTube player.

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Browsing online video using the integrated YouTube player.

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Accessing the iTunes store is no different than browsing from your computer.

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So what's in the box? Besides the player, you get an instruction manual, Apple stickers, cleaning cloth, headphones, USB cable, dock insert and stand.

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The tiny perspex stand puts the Apple iPod Touch on display in all its glory.

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The shiny, fingerprint-magnet that is the back of the iPod Touch.

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