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The iPod revolutionized the way people listen to music. Apple took a stereo, a CD player and an entire CD collection and put it into the palm of your hand. When the iPod was first released over a decade ago, the idea of carrying a thousand songs around in your pocket was inconceivable. Comparing the original iPod to the iPod Touch of today, it's safe to say that the iPod has come a long way. You can play games, watch videos, connect with friends on Facebook and Twitter, surf the Internet, read books and share photos, all on a device smaller than a deck of playing cards. The Nano, the Shuffle and the Classic hold true to the iPod's original goal of giving you hours of music listening pleasure. The tiny little Shuffle, barely bigger than a quarter, holds 2GB worth of songs and can easily clip to your clothing. It's a jogger's best friend and an entertaining workout partner. The Classic holds a whopping 160GB memory, enough to hold 36 hours worth of music and audiobooks, and it's easy to use, especially for those who don't want either the extra expense or trouble associated with a touchscreen. But if you are looking for a fully functional media hub, the iTouch is the closest thing to an iPhone that you can get. With so many options, music lovers of all ages can find the perfect iPod to fit their needs. An iPod keeps kids and teenagers entertained, and it makes exercising more fun. Other music players have come and gone, and they've tried to give the iPod a run for its money, but it's still the leader of the music-listening, video-watching, picture-taking, game-playing pack.