Now in its second generation, Apple has finally given the iPod Touch a chance to shine by lowering its price (an 8GB model now runs $229), improving the hardware, and practically doubling the features from last year's original model.As the less-gifted sibling of Apple's celebrated iPhone, the iPod Touch has had to work hard to prove itself.
Apple's updates to the iPod Touch's design are subtle, but the hardware has definitely changed for the better. A slim volume switch now graces the left edge of the Touch, making it easier to make quick volume adjustments. But 32 GB makes this gadget works slowly (I think) because there is no necessary hardware such as chip or RAM like in a PC, so what do you think? Please tell us if you've buy it and use it for some fun, ha ha OK I will buy it if there are elephant has eggs LOL.