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Taiwan market: New iPod pricing detailed
Jimmy Hsu, Taipei; Adam Hwang, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 1 October 2008]

Apple Taiwan has detailed pricing for the latest generation iPod products, including new color iPod shuffles, fourth-generation iPod nanos, the 120GB iPod classic and the second-generation iPod touch for the Taiwan market.

Market watchers expect the new products to have minimal impact on the digital music player market in Taiwan since it has already reached maturity.

Taiwan market: iPod recommended retail prices, Oct 2008

Model

Storage capacity

Price (NT$)

iPod shuffle

1GB

1,700 (US$53)

2GB

2,400

Fourth-generation iPod nano

8GB

5,300

16GB

7,000

iPod classic

120GB

8,800

Second-generation iPod touch

8GB

8,300

16GB

10,900

32GB

13,900

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, October 2008

Fourth-generation iPod nano

Apple fourth-generation iPod nano
Photo: Jimmy Hsu, Digitimes, September 2008

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