That’s right, the iPod 5.1G is compatible with Apple’s new “iPod Games”, which include such titles as Tetris, Pac-Man, Hold-em, and Mini Golf. Plus, the 5.1G’s screen is supposedly 60% brighter than its predecessor. It will come in 30GB ($249) and 80GB ($349) varities when released.

The 30GB model gets 14 hours of music playback and 3.5 hours of video playback, whereas the 80GB gets 20 hours of music playback and 6.5 hours of video playback—both increased from the 5G models

[via Gizmodo]

That’s right, the iPod 5.1G is compatible with Apple’s new “iPod Games”, which include such titles as Tetris, Pac-Man, Hold-em, and Mini Golf. Plus, the 5.1G’s screen is supposedly 60% brighter than its predecessor. It will come in 30GB ($249) and 80GB ($349) varities when released.

The 30GB model gets 14 hours of music playback and 3.5 hours of video playback, whereas the 80GB gets 20 hours of music playback and 6.5 hours of video playback—both increased from the 5G models

[via Gizmodo]