Apple iPod Classic Video
The second-generation Apple iPod Classic is a slight improvement over the original model and remains an excellent value for users with large music and video collections.
Donald Bell takes a first look at the updates made to the Apple iPod Classic.
CNET's Donald Bell takes a look at the iPod Classic, formerly known as the iPod Video, which has gotten some minor adjustments and a lot more storage.
Steve Jobs is back for Apple's annual music event showcasing an all-new iPod Nano with a video camera, an updated iPod Touch, iPod Classic, and Shuffle, the revamped iTunes 9, and iPhone OS 3.1.
The Zune 120, with a unique focus on music discovery, is a fierce competitor to the iPod Classic. The Zune's substantial storage capacity combined with its Zune Pass music subscription makes it an ideal solution for restless music fans with large appetites.
Will Apple drop the iPod Classic from production when the company introduces its next generation of MP3 players in the fall? That is the chief concern of the MP3 Insiders on this week's podcast. Also, Donald and Jasmine ramble on about the best non-iPod MP3 players for Macs and the best MP3 players for podcasts, and they weigh in on a fitness-friendly MP3 player from Haier and some stupendous portable headphones from Ultrasone. Finally, SweetFM and Spotify have got Donald all hot & bothered. Find out why.
The iPod Classic is just like the Video iPod, only slimmer, tougher, and injected with a more visually rich graphic user interface.
The new iPod Classic puts 40,000 songs in your pocket.
With its five-disc changer, HDMI output, and integrated iPod dock, the Panasonic SC-PT660 delivers an impressive home theater value for less than $300.
Apple's dropping bombs all over CNET...in the form of brand-new iPods and a freshly updated iTunes, that is. You know what that means: harried editors scrambling to get you all the freshest details. This week's podcast has all you want to know about iTunes 9 and the updates to the iPod Shuffle, Nano, Classic, and Touch. Plus, plenty of video demonstrating the fifth-generation Nano's many new features.