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Apple iPod Photo 60GB [M9586]

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  • Keep up to 15,000 songs in your pocket
  • Take up to 25,000 4MP photos wherever you go
  • Auto-sync your music, photos and album art with iTunes 4.7
  • Sharp, vivid 2-inch Colour LCD screen displays 65,000 colours
  • Connect iPod Photo to a projector or TV and give slideshows complete with music
  • Enjoy up to 15 hours of continuous music thanks to extended battery life
  • Find songs and photos fast with the Apple Click Wheel
  • Use iPod Photo with Mac OS X or Windows 2000/XP
  • Take it everywhere it weighs just 158 g (6.4 ounces)
  • Shuffle songs in the main menu
  • Play music in MP3, AAC and Apple Lossless formats
  • Create and save multiple On-the-Go Playlists
  • Adjust speed for Audiobooks
  • Enjoy seamless integration with iTunes
  • Sync and charge via included FireWire or USB 2.0 cables
  • Use as a portable hard drive take your files with you
  • Remind yourself with Text Notes
  • Play games on-the-go in living colour
  • Keep appointments using the Alarm Clock/Sleep Timer
  • Stay organised with contacts/calendars/to-do lists, all in colour
  • Benefit from more language support
  • Record voice notes (with accessory)
  • Choose from hundreds of cool accessories designed just for iPod Photo
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Product details

  • Item Weight: 1.1 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
  • Item model number: 60GBiPodPhoto
  • ASIN: B0006FKBSK
  • Date first available at 26 Oct. 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 234,699 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

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 favourite 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 displays 25 full-colour thumbnails at a time, which can be scrolled through the same way you scroll through song titles.

The new iPod Photo feature a razor sharp LCD display that lets you see your photos in vivid colour -- 65,536 colours, to be exact. And with its built-in backlighting, you'll be able to admire those photos indoors or out.

Take Your Photos for a Spin
Like its famous siblings, iPod Photo features the touch-sensitive Apple Click Wheel that's the envy of the industry. You'll use it to navigate iPod Photo's new menu. Now in living color, its easier to read than ever. That's thanks in part to the clarity of the display -- it offers 220 x 176-pixel resolution -- and in part to the new Myriad typeface. Spin the wheel to Music, and you can scroll effortlessly through dozens of playlists, hundreds of albums or thousand of songs.

Or highlight Photos. iPod Photo displays 25 full-colour thumbnails at a time. And you can scroll through them the same way you scroll through song titles. Quickly. Just spin the wheel to see more. And when you see a photo you'd like displayed all by its lonesome, just click the centre button and voila. No one will have to say "cheese" as long as you have iPod Photo around. Whether you're listening to tunes or checking out photos, you're sure to be all smiles.

Get Brownie Points for Sharing
If you'd like everyone else to smile right along with you, iPod Photo makes it easy. Sure, you could let them take the Click Wheel for a spin themselves, but here's a way to get extra points for style. Use the included AV cable to connect iPod Photo to a projector or TV. You can mesmerise friends and family with a glorious multimedia experience, offering them a breathtaking slideshow accompanied by the music you already have on your iPod Photo. Of course, you get to choose the songs, albums or playlists. And talk about smart, iPod Photo optimises your photos to fit on a standard (4:3) or widescreen (16:9) TV.

iTunes 4.7: Your Photo Passport
Wondering how you're going to get all your digital photographs into iPod Photo? iTunes 4.7. The new version lets you import your images directly into iPod Photo from a folder on the hard drive of your Mac or PC. Spent time organizing your photos using iPhoto on a Mac or either Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0 or Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0 on a PC? iTunes 4.7 rewards your diligence by importing the albums you've created in iPhoto or collections created in Album or Elements. You'll be able to choose them from the Photos menu on iPod Photo.

Wait, there's more. iPod Photo features even more robust Auto-Sync capabilities. Now, in addition to offering the industry's best music syncing, iTunes offers stellar photo syncing, as well. Update your photo collection by adding images or creating new albums, and the next time you connect iPod Photo to your Mac or PC using the included FireWire or USB 2.0 cables, iTunes 4.7 will automatically synchronise your photo collection.

And did we mention that iTunes 4.7 also autosyncs Album Art? It's true. The Album Art downloaded when you purchase music from the iTunes Music Store is transferred to iPod Photo along with the music. So while iPod Photo plays your tunes, you can enjoy the Album Art -- in colour, of course -- on the Now Playing screen.

Enjoy Improved Battery Life
Whether you're on a transcontinental flight or an extra long hike, if you plan to listen to music for hours and hours, iPod Photo has you covered. Fully charged, it lets you enjoy up to 15 hours of continuous music; or up to 5 hours of continuous slideshows with music. Use the iPod Photo Dock, FireWire or USB 2.0 cables to quickly charge the batteries.

Box Contains

  • iPod Photo unit
  • iPod Photo dock
  • Earbud headphones
  • AC adapter
  • FireWire cable
  • USB 2.0 cable
  • AV cable
  • Software
  • Instruction manual

  • Customer Questions & Answers

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    23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By crliege on 14 Dec. 2004
    This is my third iPod, and it has answered more than a couple of quibbles I had with the others. Firstly, the size of the disc is a real bonus for anyone with a volume of CDs and/or tracks in his music collection, it's great to be able to move about with your whole music library in your pocket - wherever you're going, gym, for a walk, on holiday. Particularly on holiday. Makes those idle beach moments just that much more pleasurable. It'll still take you the best part of a week to process 900 CDs, but once the legwork is done, updating your library and playlists is a doddle.
    That I can also cram in heavens knows how many photos (the ad says 25,000) is a real bonus. Mind you, who on earth wants to lug around, let alone look at that many holiday snaps? Once set-up, the slideshow function works well when connected to a TV, although watching it on the iPod is a little odd, as you get a row of three pictures in thumbnails. The one just gone is very small, the one you're looking at is somewhat larger and back to the small size for the upcoming photo. None of these sizes are designed for viewing your photos in comfort. If, however, you just use it to cruise through your photo library, just like whizzing through all your music, track by track, the thing really gets a move on. You can select your own music to accompany your slideshow, which adds a nice touch for family and friends. I could see the combination of these features as being useful to unattended portable business presentations too.

    The dial is now much more positive, with a distinct click to the touch when selecting one of the main functional areas.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Zoe on 14 Feb. 2006
    I've always been a fan of iPods, so this may be a little biased, but in my opinion you can't get much better than this product!
    Firstly, looks. The 2.0in (diagonal) screen is absolutely gorgeous, very sharp and clear, and I think it's fine for viewing photos on as well. The smooth casing with the clickwheel (what an invention!) looks great as well, and the product, while being thicker than ever before, still has an undeniable cool factor.
    The storage space is amazing, and I don't know anyone who would ever need more than this. Its fab being able to play any song that I own at any time, and you'd be surprised how much my iPod comes into my social life now. One of the other thngs I love about this is the fact that you can use it as an external drive, to store files on, which means there is no need to buy a seperate memory stick if you're prepared to carry around the connector cable.
    OK, bad points. Firstly, everyone says that it scratches easily, but to be honest, I haven't found that at all, mine still looks pristine. I'm not really sure why, as I keep it in my bag with all my other stuff for day-to-day use. Secondly, it is obviously expensive, and it might be hard to justify buying it. However, if you compare it to other players on the market, it is actually pretty good value for the price of each gigobyte.
    Overall I think this is the best player on the market if you need more than 4GB of storage space
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    57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Beardy Justin on 5 Dec. 2004
    I have long been looking for a quick and easy way to backup and keep by my side my burgeoning photo collection. As the owner of 700 or so CD's the new Ipod photo 60Gb seemed the a logical (if a little expensive!) acquisition.
    I ordered from the apple store (more expensive than Amazon!) and it arrived a week later direct from China, in the meantime all of my spare time was spent putting my CD's into iTunes on my PC, a job which I still haven't completed, about 200 to go.
    Even though i am windows through and through I bought an ibook about 3 years ago purely for its beauty, to be honest I didn't like the user interface, the quality and design of the product and packaging were however second to none. The ipod arrived at work and the packaging and quality were up to this high standard - apple really do understand the needs of people who are prepared to pay for quality.
    I spent a frustrating afternoon trying to get my PC (a 1.3Ghz Dell with WindowsXP home) to install the ipod through a newly acquired usb 2.0 card without success. Windows kept seeing it as a newly connected usb device and running the 'New Hardware found - locate drivers dialogue' there were no drivers as such on the disc. I surfed for answers, tried everything including uninstalling and re-installing all of my usb devices without success. As a seasoned windows user however I remained sanguine, popped the little monkey into my briefcase and waited until I got home. I had recently installed a decent sound card on my identical home PC with a firewire port built in, in went the software, I hooked up the ipod via its dock and hey presto we were in business. I did need to re-format the disk on the ipod which may make installation at work easier next time round.
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