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Several of today's wifi enabled MP3 players are almost smartphones without the facility of being able to make phone calls, since having wifi gives you access to the internet, entertainment apps etc.

Our list of the best MP3 players with wifi access gives you a bunch of models which offer extensive file support from audio to video. These players also come with excellent storage capacity and SD slots, along with the advantage of a USB hub and Bluetooth.

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Apple iPod touch 5th Gen.

Apple iPod touch 64GB Black (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL


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Apple iPod Touch 5th Gen.
Apple iPod Touch 4th Gen. White
Apple iPod Touch 4th Gen. Black
Apple iPod Touch 3rd Generation
Samsung Galaxy Player
Apple iPod touch 64GB Black (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL
Apple 32 GB White iPod Touch Digital Media Player
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Apple iPod touch 3rd Generation  8 GB  MP3 Player
Samsung Galaxy Player 5 inch (8 GB) Digital Media Player
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Release Date
Oct 2012
Oct 2011
Sep 2010
Sep 2009
Sep 2011
Interface
USB 2.0, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
USB 2.0, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth
Main Storage Type
Built-in Memory
Built-in Memory
Built-in Memory
Built-in Memory
Built-in Memory
Storage Capacity
64.0 GB
32.0 GB
64.0 GB
8.0 GB
8.0 GB
Expansion Slots
Internal Flash Drive
Without Expansion Slots
Without Expansion Slots
microSD
Family Line
iPod touch
iPod touch
iPod touch
iPod touch
Samsung Galaxy
Number of Songs
16000.0
8000.0
16000.0
2000.0
2000.0
Use
Music, Recording, Video, Photo Viewing, Gaming / Apps, Photo Capture
Music, Video, Recording, Photo Viewing, Gaming / Apps, Internet
Music, Video, Recording, Photo Viewing
Music, Video, Photo Viewing
Music, Video, Photo Viewing, Gaming / Apps, Internet

  • The latest iPod Touch is the best iPod ever, and as close to a phoneless iPhone 5 as you can get -- but its high price makes it a tough call versus cheaper tablets with larger screens.


  • There's a new iPod touch on the block and, in many of the ways that most matter, it's a doozy. While it's tempting to compare it to a phone-less iPhone 5-particularly given its similar height, weight, thickness, and Lightning connector-the iPod touch is a device intended for a different audience. An audience that skews younger than the iPhone's and one that desires a cool media and game player that can stand on its own rather than feel like an iPhone's hobbled sibling. And for this reason, a comparison to the fourth-generation (4G) iPod touch is more apt.


  • When it comes to a device to play music and video, you can't really ask for more than the iPod touch delivers. This is the best screen on any media device of its size, there's decent storage capacity on both models and the graphical power means this can play games that look as impressive as any handheld games console. It's a bit of a clich, but the iPod touch really is a fantastic little gadget.


  • The iPod Touch is the best iPod yet, offering all the fun of the iPhone experience without a carrier contract or monthly bill.


  • The new iPod Touch is the best dedicated music player that Apple has released to date. The 'Retina' display, iOS4 and the faster processor mean that listening to music, playing games and surfing the Web are easier and more enjoyable than with its predecessors.


  • The iPod touch is the best iPod yet, offering all the fun of the iPhone experience without a carrier contract or monthly bill.


  • Apple's fourth-generation iPod delivers notable improvements to an already excellent product--and at a lower price.


  • Apple's slimmed-down, slicker-than-ever iPod nano responds to your movements, creates playlists it thinks you'll like, and makes the competition look like a bunch of clunkers.


  • Compelling, extremely versatile device is almost a full-fledged iPhone.


  • The iPod Touch is the best iPod yet, offering all the fun of the iPhone experience without a carrier contract or monthly bill.


  • There are few major changes from last year's touch: The best iPod around gets a speed boost, a capacity increase, a lower price tag, and some modest Genius feature improvements. One thing remains the same: The competition is still lagging.


  • Functionally, the new iPod touch models are identical to the second-generation models we reviewed last year, especially when updated to version 3.1 of the iPhone OS. What we said then still goes: the iPod touch is a terrific media player and portable computing device that doesn't require any of the commitments or ongoing costs of the iPhone. The new high-end models add the blazing speed of the iPhone 3GS, making them even better for games.


  • When it comes to competing with Apple's iPod Touch media player, the Galaxy Player 4.2 is Samsung's best effort yet, but it's still playing catch-up.


  • A viable Apple iPod touch alternative, the Samsung Galaxy Player 4.2 is a great way to run Android apps without buying a smartphone.


  • With access to the full Android Market, a colossal display, and expandable memory, the Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 is a solid choice for anyone seeking an Android media player.