A big surprise turn up at 9th Sept for all iPod fans – the new iPod touch 2G and Nano 4G released. It's really lucky and exciting to get a new iPod Touch 2G. And in order to help iPod users to learn more about it, I collected some information for this new iPod touch 2G guide. And it also includes how to enjoy the multimedia on you new iPod touch 2G such as download free video to iPod and transfer music video from iPod to iPod and iPod to computer.
As expected, the biggest news with Apple's second-generation iPod Touch is its drastically reduced price. The 8GB version of the iPod Touch 2G is now $229 (down from $299), the 16GB is $299 (down from $399), and the 32GB is $399 (down from $499).
The new iPod touch 2G is smaller and lighter than the original, 3.5 inch touch-screen, measuring 4.1 by 2.4 by 0.33 inches and weighing 4.05 ounces. With its rounded edges, flush display and curved, more compact design, the iPod touch 2G is promised to be more comfortable to hold and more portable than ever.
iPod touch 2G users can choose from hundreds of gaming titles such as "Spore Origins" and "Scrabble" from Electronic Arts, and "Real Football 2009" from Gameloft available on iTunes or directly through the App Store application on the iPod touch. The App Store works over Wi-Fi, enabling users to browse, purchase and wirelessly download applications.
Battery and "Genius":
The new iPod touch 2G promises up to 36 hours of music playback or six hours of video playback on a single charge. It also works with the new iTunes 8 Genius feature, allowing users to automatically create playlists while on the go. These playlists can also be synchronized with iTunes 8 servers.
Others features in new iPod touch 2G:
Build-in accelerometer for casual listening; more convenient volume control button on the edge; the newest improvements "Nike+iPod" which can help you track your workouts by slipping a Nike+iPod sensor into you Nike+ shoes.
Then, Let's talk about how to enjoy multimedia on your New iPod touch 2G.
If your videos are all FLV formats, you need to play the video with a flash player programe on your computer, and if you want to put them on your new iPod touch 2G, use a iPod video Converter to convert FLV to MP4 format.
Limewire is a fast and popular freeware working on Windows, Linux and Mac OS. Most of its video formats is MPEG, so convert them and transfer to your iTunes then iPod touch 2G. http://www.limewire.com/
Because iTunes prevents you from copying music or video from the iPod touch 2G back to computer, so you need a special tool to do that.
Yamipod, Aiseesoft iPod to Computer Transfer, Sharepod, iDump
And then re-add it to your iTunes library and sync it to other iPod touch 2G.
Check the video below to learn how to use this iPod data transfer: