Apple has officialy confirmed the release of a 2nd generation iPod Touch player, to hit the stores right away with the same 3.5-inch widescreen display, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi connection, a built-in speaker and the amazing integrated accelerometer that turns your device into an interactive machine. The new Touch boasts a thinner chrome budy design with those curvy tapered edges, that can be found in the new iPhone 3G. It has external volume controls (finally) and runs the latest 2.1software with the App store inside and those Genius playlist menus, to automatically create smart playlists and save them for a repeatable use. You get 3 different versions to choose from, including an 8GB player to set you back for $229, 16GB for $299, and 32GB for $399. Battery life can deliver up to 36 hours of music or 6 hours of video. Another big addon, is the Nike+ receiver, to be used as your workout companion, once you place the optional Nike + iPod sensor ($19 US) in your Nike + shoe.
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