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Apple releases the iPod Photo


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#1 Grinler

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Posted 26 October 2004 - 03:06 PM


A new iPod has been released that has enhanced storage, a color screen, and the ability to show pictures.


A delight for the ears. A feast for the eyes. Though it’s no bigger than a pack of playing cards and weighs in at just over 6 ounces, iPod Photo delivers a one-two sensory punch. Letting you carry an entire library of your favorite music — up to 15,000 songs — or enough photos — as many as 25,000 — to fill nearly 200 slide trays or cover nearly 5,000 square feet of wall space. Got a really big den?
iPod Photo in dock


The newest member of the iPod family, iPod Photo comes in two sizes: a 40GB model, available for $499, and a capacious 60GB model that sells for $599. Both feature a razor sharp LCD display that lets you see your photos in vivid color — 65,536 colors, to be exact. And with its built-in backlighting, you’ll be able to admire those photos indoors or out.






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Posted 26 October 2004 - 03:29 PM

Thanks for the link. It says that you can hook up AV cables to transmit to a TV or projector. I wonder if you can plug your dig cam into it, so that you can transfer directly from cam? It doesnt mention in directly, but it would be a nice addition...

Also, it did not say when it will be coming out (unless I missed it). I would be willing to bet it will be before the Christmas season.
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Posted 26 October 2004 - 03:52 PM

I think they are expecting to roll it out by tuesday




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