Multiple language interface and all new games enhance this hard drive MP3 player.
Tons of storage.
“Classic” iPod controls.
Long battery life.
Supports video and photos.
Possibly the best sounding PMP.
Great podcast support.
Video playback is excellent.
ITunes cover art feature works well.
Lacks FM tuner and touchscreen.
Cover Flow is a bit slow.
Bundled earbuds aren’t great.
Small screen for viewing photos, video.
Not a significant upgrade from previous version.
Backing metal not scratch-proof.
Heavy and bulky.
EQ control is limited.
Some older iPod video accessories may not be compatible.
The plastic screen is susceptible to scratching.
Users are required to use the latest version of iTunes, which may not work on some older computer systems.
No support for FLAC (Apple Lossless is, however).
ITunes is almost forced for song transfers.
Unresponsive click wheel.
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
The Apple iPod Classic has all the features needed to make it one of the best on the...88
By PCMag Mideast on December 17, 2009
Meet the new iPod. It looks familiar, huh? That’s because Apple’s iPod classic is essentially a replacement for the iPod video, or fifth-generation iPod. The main improvement here is storage space—what was once a 30GB or 80GB player...70
By ElectricPig.co.uk on December 17, 2009
An iPod for people who don't like touchscreens, but need a big hard...80
By eTech Reviews on December 02, 2009
Sum and Substance:Thumbs Up:Sleek, thin, easy to use interface, huge storage space, genius play list feature, better battery life.Thumbs Down:EQ presets are bad, you need a latest version iTunes and it may not be compatible on your old computer, no...-
By Computer Shopper on November 01, 2009
It lacks the beauty and deep features of the iPod Touch, but the Classic sports huge capacity and great battery life for those with big media collections....79
By ThinkDigit on October 05, 2009
You’re my best friendThis is the 6th generation of the venerable hard drive-based iPod that Apple never fails to include. Although a generation old as we speak, (since the new iPod Classic is already available but not for review at this moment),...-
By Macsimum News on October 02, 2009
40,000 songs! It can hold my current CD collection (which is pretty substantial) and all the music I buy for years to come. Or you can fill it with seven hours of video, though the 2.5-inch, 320×240 pixel display is too small for long term...-
By CNET Asia on September 28, 2009
The iPod classic refines the formula that put the iPod on the map. Few can match its combination of storage capacity, battery life, and intuitive user...80
By CNET Australia on September 17, 2009
The iPod Classic refines the formula that put the iPod on the map. Few can match its combination of storage capacity, battery life and intuitive user...80
By eTech Reviews on September 14, 2009
Apple is doing what it does best, and the 160GB classic is nothing short of it. It packs in a good feature list and is really worth your money.Similar PostsSeptember 3, 2009 -- Nokia Announces X6 And X3 (2)August 10, 2009 -- Review Of Zune HD MP3...-