Apple iPod Touch 5th Generation 32 GB Yellow MP3 Player

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The iPod touch is now brilliantly paired with the iSight camera that features 5 megapixels and an LED flash. Shooting 1080p HD video the front camera allows for FaceTime calls and stunning video all around. Want more? How about the fact that this iSight camera allows you to capture sweeping panorama shots? That’s right, just tap your camera button and sweep across the scene that you wish to capture and the iPod touch creates a seamless panoramic picture. Ditch your old point-and-shoot digital camera because the iPod Touch is now your ultimate accessory. This iPod touch packs power with the dual-core A5 chip. With twice the processing power and seven times faster graphics than ever before the iPod touch is incredibly responsive and a pure powerhouse at your fingertips. With this power, there is no sacrifice. Despite the chip the battery life is the same: up to 40 hours of music or 8 hour of video on a single charge. What more surprises could the iPod touch have in store? Meet Siri: first developed for the iPhone 4S, Siri is your personal digital assistant now making her home on the iPod touch. Siri can check the weather, give you directions or text a friend all from the direction of your voice. Music and movies have also never been easier with a brand iTunes redesign and seamless airplay.


Product Title: Apple iPod Touch 5th Generation 32 GB Yellow MP3 Player

Manufacturer: Apple

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Power Score: 4.2 | 1 Review

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Apple iPod Touch (5th generation, 32GB, yellow)

THE GOOD: The <b>2012 fifth-generation iPod Touch</b> has an excellent set of features: better front and back cameras, 1080p video recording, iOS 6, and a 4-inch Retina Display just like on the iPhone 5, in a design even thinner than the iPhone. THE BAD: The iPhone 5 still beats it on performance. The Touch lacks any phone functions, and there are tablet competitors that beat the $299...
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By - Oct 11, 2012

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