New iPod touch

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On September 9, 2008, Apple introduced the second version of the iPod touch featuring an amazingly thin contoured metal design, a gorgeous 3.5-inch widescreen glass display, 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi wireless networking, integrated volume control buttons, a built-in speaker for casual listening, a built-in accelerometer and other advanced sensors, and Apple's multi-touch user interface. iPod touch plays music, movies and games. The new iPod touch is smaller and lighter than the original, with a sleek new design that features a contoured metal enclosure with integrated volume control buttons and a brilliant 3.5-inch widescreen glass display. With its rounded edges, flush display and curved, more compact design, the new iPod touch is more comfortable to hold and more portable than ever. iPod touch users can choose from hundreds of game titles available on iTunes or directly through the App Store application on the iPod touch. The revolutionary App Store works over Wi-Fi, enabling users to browse, purchase and wirelessly download applications directly onto their iPod touch and start using them instantly. The App Store features an array of applications in a wide variety of categories, including games, travel, entertainment, social networking, and sports. The new iPod touch is available immediately for a suggested price of $229 for the 8 Gig model, $299 for the 16 Gig and $399 for the 32 Gig model.