updated 11:00 am EDT, Mon September 10, 2007
Amazon.com adds new iPods
Amazon has added Apple's newly released iPods to its online store, and has issued a store news email notification to subscribers detailing the refreshed line of portable players. Apple debuted the new iPods at its special event on September 5th in San Francisco before announcing a new partnership with Starbucks and a hefty $200 price cut on its popular iPhone cellular handset. Amazon.com is offering Apple's iPod touch in 8GB ($300) and 16GB ($400) capacities, as well as the iPod classic with 80GB ($250) and 160GB ($350) of storage space. New iPod nano "fatty" players are priced at $150 for 4GB models and $200 for 8GB versions. iPod shuffles with new colors are also available from Amazon.com for $80 each.
"As someone who's shown an interest in our exciting electronics and music offerings on Amazon.com, you might like to learn more about our newest Apple iPods. This amazing new line features the iPhone-like iPod touch with Wi-Fi Internet and wireless iTunes downloading. There's also an updated nano, now with video and a wide screen that's brighter than ever. And, for those that think bigger is better, the massive 160GB iPod classic is your iPod. Shop them all on Amazon.com today."