Apple iPod classic

84
Global
Score
84

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Engadget Summary

Apple's sole remaining hard drive-based iPod doesn't have a touch screen, can't run apps or games from the App Store, and weighs more than 10 iPod shuffles. But it can hold your entire music collection, with room left for most of your videos too -- assuming you'd actually want to watch them on that tiny, dated screen.

from $347.39+

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Breakdown

Ease of use
7.6
Media support
7.7
Video quality
7.7
Battery life
8.3
Sound quality
8.0
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Specs

iPod

Type
Audio / video player
Media type
Internal storage
Audio codec support
AAC, MP3, WAV
WiFi
no
Audio playback time
up to30 hour
Video playback time
up to5 hour
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Specs

iPod

Type
Audio / video player
Media type
Internal storage
Audio codec support
AAC, MP3, WAV
WiFi
no
Audio playback time
up to30 hour
Video playback time
up to5 hour
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iPod touch

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86
 

Critic

8.6
 

User

8.6
 
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PonoPlayer

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6.6
 

User

7.3
 
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