ArsTechnica have a review of the latest edition of the iPod music player, the iPod Touch. It is quite a change from the older additions, allowing internet browsing and a much larger screen:\n \n[QUOTE]\nAside from the power switch and home button, every aspect of the iPod is controlled via the touch-screen display. Tasks such as listening your music, watching your videos, looking through your photos, and browsing the iTunes Store are all accomplished via the touch screen. The same goes for surfing the Internet, watching YouTube, or using the calculator. \n \nWait... surfing the Internet? Watching YouTube? That's right. The iPod touch is the first digital audio player to ship with a full-featured web browser and support for watching YouTube. You enter URLs (and all other data) via an onscreen keyboard. [/QUOTE]\n \nRead more [URL="http://arstechnica.com/reviews/hardware/The-iPod-meets-the-iPhone-a-review-of-the-iPod-touch.ars"]here[/URL].