By Mark Kaelin
Mark Kaelin is a CBS Interactive Senior Editor for TechRepublic. He is the host for the Microsoft Windows and Office blog, the Google in the Enterprise blog, the Five Apps blog and the Big Data Analytics blog.
Love it...my managers and I have been using ours for a month now...ordered direct from apple.com since our BestBuy was sold out and couldn't guarantee arrival. We run web apps, correspond via e-mail and IM, etc. Excellent tool for an already WiFi-enabled campus.
My god, you non-Apple ninnies couldn't get the lingo right even if you tried. Its not the Apple iTouch. It is the iPod Touch. The manufacturer is spending thousands to get the branding right. You could have at least got it right yourselves just so that you don't confuse the market for them. Zune heads.
The Apple evangelists in this office keep calling it the iTouch -- I assume as a sort of short hand. You are right I don't care about the branding -- I apologize to the over-priced marketing department, but I haven't been paying attention. I am just here to crack it open. By the way - the Zune is next ;)
Love it but wish it came with in higher capacities something like 60GB. Any word about higher GB's coming out?
This is probably just being nit-picky, but the name of the device is the "iPod Touch", not the "iTouch".