5 Best MP3 Player availableJamiemac | 26/09/2008 | See all Jamiemac's reviews (4)This is my 4th MP3 player and 2nd iPod and it is without doubt the best one I have owned. It looks fantastic, feels great and is easy to use.One of the main reasons I chose this iPod was for it's size, both in physical terms and memory wise. It must be the thinnest MP3 player there is for it's capacity of 32GB, it's incredibly thin and feels great in your hand.The screen is gorgeous, it displays photos and videos brilliantly with vibrant colours and high resolution. Being able to download and watch HD videos from itunes is fantastic and they look great on the iPod.The user interface is revolutionary in my opinion, it does exactly what you want it to do and doesn't haven't countless options and buttons on the screen. It's perfectly designed to compliment the touch screen capabilities and browsing through your music has never been so easy. The accelerometer is used neatly so you can tilt the iPod on it's side and it'll take you into cover flow.Wi-fi is a great addition to the iPod, the ability to access itunes on the go is brilliant and a lot more convenient than having to use your PC/ Mac to add music to your iPod. An addition to this 2nd generation iPod touch is the ability to access the applications store from the iPod as well where the is a great range of applications and games to choose from, many of them free of charge. Apple are marketing this as "The funnest iPod ever" and they're right about it, the accelerometer and touch screen allow for a unique gaming experience and there are some great games to choose from. Through the wi-fi you can also access the internet in full which is great.The sound quality is as good as any of the other MP3 players I have owned, including Microsoft's rival Zune player. Another new feature for this iPod is the addition of external volume controls and a built-in speaker which have both come in useful.Overall this is a slimmer and sleeker version of the iPhone, with the phone substituted for double the memory. Looking at this devices competitors, nothing comes close.