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now lower price £164 with code Itouch10
know its been posted before just cheaper now.
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#1
£216.02 for 32gb version, good price
#2
Tesco deal better. 174 for 8GB use code with 1878 (£75) in clubcard deals and 3% quidco
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ipod-touch-8gb-174-with-voucher-cod/788895/#post9714262

Edited By: nhskbhatia003 on Oct 31, 2010 00:16: Forgot quidco
#3
Do Amazon still have a 30 day price guarantee? I Bought two of these for £5 more last week....
#4
fantastic deal just ordered one

Until midnight GMT on Tuesday, November 2, you can claim an additional £15 off the Amazon.co.uk price of this iPod touch with promo code "ITOUCH10"
#5
the price might be further reduced during Christmas. personally would wait a bit longer.
#6
Hot.
Although you can get a used iPhone 3G 8GB for about £160 now, but that does have lower specs than this.
#7
Nice!
#8
hmm, I came across an older 4gb Ipod, and the hassle getting music onto that has convinced me that an i-pod is the last thing I want. i-tunes is a pile of unnecessary time consuming pile of ****. ****, I'll stick with a standard mp3 player that allows drag & drop thank you.

the i-pod got itself slung on the fire in protest.
#9
ahhh £164 is a decent price but im gonna still hold out till xmas for a 32 gig
#10
andiejn
hmm, I came across an older 4gb Ipod, and the hassle getting music onto that has convinced me that an i-pod is the last thing I want. i-tunes is a pile of unnecessary time consuming pile of ****. ****, I'll stick with a standard mp3 player that allows drag & drop thank you.

the i-pod got itself slung on the fire in protest.


You don't have to use iTunes.
But then, a bright spark like you knew that ... didn't you ?

:D
#11
£164 for an 8GB MP3 player?

Hot! Hot! Hot!

:p
#12
Think I'll opt for the 160GB iPod classic for £190 instead to be honest. 8GB just isn't enough space to hold a decent amount of music and video on, although it's probably decent to play games and mess about on. £164 is still a lot though in my opinion. I won't vote cold mind as it seems cheap compared to the rest of the market for this particular product.
#13
TGHunter
Think I'll opt for the 160GB iPod classic for £190 instead to be honest. 8GB just isn't enough space to hold a decent amount of music and video on, although it's probably decent to play games and mess about on. £164 is still a lot though in my opinion. I won't vote cold mind as it seems cheap compared to the rest of the market for this particular product.


If you want your iPod solely for music then a touch is not for you.

Apple should have made 16GB the minimum though...
#14
Voucher Boy
Do Amazon still have a 30 day price guarantee? I Bought two of these for £5 more last week....


Sadly no - that ended years ago
#15
gizmouk
andiejn
hmm, I came across an older 4gb Ipod, and the hassle getting music onto that has convinced me that an i-pod is the last thing I want. i-tunes is a pile of unnecessary time consuming pile of ****. ****, I'll stick with a standard mp3 player that allows drag & drop thank you.

the i-pod got itself slung on the fire in protest.


You don't have to use iTunes.
But then, a bright spark like you knew that ... didn't you ?

:D


it wouldn't drag and drop like my other mp3 player, and as it had a poxy small memory (as does this one in fairness) I gave up on it.
#16
Voucher Boy
Do Amazon still have a 30 day price guarantee? I Bought two of these for £5 more last week....

I'm not 100% but if you call them on 0207 084 7911 they may give you the difference as a goodwill gesture or £5 gift cert. :)
#17
Voucher Boy
Do Amazon still have a 30 day price guarantee? I Bought two of these for £5 more last week....
Phone them and ask to return it or refund the difference and they will refund the difference.
1 Like #18
It may be the cheapest deal, but it's still way overpriced...
I guess that's down to Apple counting on all their iPhans forking out over the odds.

Edited By: jukkie on Oct 31, 2010 18:19: ...
#19
andiejn
gizmouk
andiejn
hmm, I came across an older 4gb Ipod, and the hassle getting music onto that has convinced me that an i-pod is the last thing I want. i-tunes is a pile of unnecessary time consuming pile of ****. ****, I'll stick with a standard mp3 player that allows drag & drop thank you.

the i-pod got itself slung on the fire in protest.

You don't have to use iTunes.
But then, a bright spark like you knew that ... didn't you ?

:D

it wouldn't drag and drop like my other mp3 player, and as it had a poxy small memory (as does this one in fairness) I gave up on it.

8gb is plenty for normal people.. don't see how it affects drag and drop either?
#20
TGHunter
Think I'll opt for the 160GB iPod classic for £190 instead to be honest. 8GB just isn't enough space to hold a decent amount of music and video on, although it's probably decent to play games and mess about on. £164 is still a lot though in my opinion. I won't vote cold mind as it seems cheap compared to the rest of the market for this particular product.

They're wildly different gadgets. As you say, if you want music (and podcasts, etc.) and a bit of video then the Classic's probably a better buy. The (new) itouch has a high resolution multi-touch screen, wifi, accelerometer, camera, etc. Really closer to a cut-down phoneless iPhone than an MP3 player.
#21
cenderis
TGHunter
Think I'll opt for the 160GB iPod classic for £190 instead to be honest. 8GB just isn't enough space to hold a decent amount of music and video on, although it's probably decent to play games and mess about on. £164 is still a lot though in my opinion. I won't vote cold mind as it seems cheap compared to the rest of the market for this particular product.

They're wildly different gadgets. As you say, if you want music (and podcasts, etc.) and a bit of video then the Classic's probably a better buy. The (new) itouch has a high resolution multi-touch screen, wifi, accelerometer, camera, etc. Really closer to a cut-down phoneless iPhone than an MP3 player.


Yeah, you're right. I just don't really understand why someone would buy it though, the phrase "more money than sense" springs to mind as harsh as some people may think it is.

If you want a music player, buy a good music player, and the iPod Touch's aren't particularly great at that. Sure they look nice and are a good device but a great music player they are not for the money they cost. It's not a phone and it doesn't store that much music unless you want to pay an absolute fortune, they just seem a bit pointless to me really. I've just filled up my 30GB iPod Classic or whatever they're now called, I think it was called an iPod Video when I first bought it actually. I really need a bigger music player so the 160GB is the way to go, yet the 32GB iPod Touch is about double the price of the 160GB iPod Classic, it's just a bit pointlessly flashy in my opinion.

I'm not knocking anyone for buying an iPod Touch just for the record, I simply don't agree with the massive price difference between a Touch and a Classic considering a Touch is still essentially marketed as a "music player".
#22
andiejn
hmm, I came across an older 4gb Ipod, and the hassle getting music onto that has convinced me that an i-pod is the last thing I want. i-tunes is a pile of unnecessary time consuming pile of ****. ****, I'll stick with a standard mp3 player that allows drag & drop thank you.the i-pod got itself slung on the fire in protest.

But the IPOD touch is not just a MP3 player, in fact that is a secondary function. The Apps are the best thing about this device.
#23
I'm not knocking anyone for buying an iPod Touch just for the record, I simply don't agree with the massive price difference between a Touch and a Classic considering a Touch is still essentially marketed as a "music player".


If you only want it for music, get a classic (as you have done / are doing). There's a lot more going on with the ipod touch, specifically apps and games. I rarely use my iphone as a phone, but if you compare the cost (and quality) of games such as cut the rope and angry birds to their counterparts on the DS and PSP it makes the latter 2 redundant IMO
#24
Use mediamonkey as an alternative for itunes, compatible with all ipods and iphones
#25
bargin, 160 quid for an mp3 player :-OOOOO
#26
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