The new iPod Video comes in 30GB and 60GB sizes and black or white (like the iPod Nano). The 30GB is 45% smaller (now 1/2″ thin) then the original iPod, and the 60GB model is 10% smaller then the 4th gen 20GB. The new iPod Videos also sport a larger screen at 2.5″ and an improved battery life from 15 hours to 20 hours. The largest iPod Video can hold up to 150 hours of video and 15,000 songs. You can also add a an optional S-Video cable on check out to play your iPod Videos on your TV from the all new Univeral Dock, which works in conjunction with Apple’s new Remote.
And it looks like we were right about the ability to download music videos from the iTunes store – 2000 in total. What is also interesting is that Apple still has a relationship with Disney (they are offering their TV shows, such as Desperate Housewives) after Steve Jobs severed Pixar’s (he is the CEO) relationship with them.
iPod Video 30GB: $299 (available now)
iPod Video 60GB: $399 (available now)