Oct 25, 2010

Fetch an Apple iPod @ a tempting price of $99

Apple's online store has a huge collection of refurbished iPods at reduced prices. Apple's Special Deals section is featuring iPods at attractive prices, with refurbished nanos going as low as $99 for the 8GB version, and a $249.00 iPod touch capable of storing 32GB of music, apps, and movies. Those looking to get an iPod and don't have any cash to spare are encouraged to check out these deals while they are available.

The Refurbished iPod nano 8GB black (previous generation) which holds up to 2,000 songs playable for up to 24 hours (four hours of video playback) and weighing just 1.3 ounces. Although this is not the latest model (which adds a camera and more vibrant colors), the previous-gen iPod nano is just as thin - 3.6 x 1.5 x 0.24 inches, and ships with Apple Earphones, a USB cable and a Dock adapter. A refurbished iPod nano 16GB Black (previous generation), capable of storing twice as much music as its 8GB sibling, goes for $129.00.

Apple's funniest iPod, sporting a multi-touch display with a full QWERTY soft keyboard, the Safari web browser, email access, built-in Wi-Fi, built-in Nike + iPod support and a map location-based service, is also available at a discount. Besides the mentioned strong points, Apple notes that a 32GB touch is capable of storing up to 7,000 songs / up to 25,000 photos / up to 40 hours of video and can play music nonstop for a day and a half. Video playback goes up to six full hours. Weighing just 4.05 ounces, and measuring 4.3 x 2.4 x 0.33 inches, the iPod touch has a sleek, metal design, and ships with Apple earphones, a USB cable required to sync and recharge, as well as a dock adapter.

The fifth-generation 8GB iPod nano is available in green, black, pink, purple, yellow, blue and silver for only $99, a $50 reduction from the original price of $149. Also available is the 16GB iPod nanofor $149 after a $30 price cut. Also priced at $149 is the second-generation 8GB iPod Touch which was priced at $189, has seen a $40 break.

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