iPod (Click Wheel)


CPU

CPU: ARM7TDMI

CPU Speed: dual 80 MHz embedded

Data Path: 32 bit

ROM: 32 MB

Onboard RAM: 32 MB

RAM slots: 0

Maximum RAM: 32 MB



Video

Screen: backlit LCD

Max Resolution: 1-bit 160x128



Storage

Hard Drive: 20/40 GB 4200 RPM

ATA Bus: ATA-66



Input/Output

USB: via Dock Connector

Firewire: via Dock Connector

Audio Out: stereo 16 bit mini

Speaker: clicker



Miscellaneous

Codename: ?

Dimensions: 4.1" H x 2.4" W x 0.57" D

Weight: 0.35 lbs.

Maximum OS: iPod OS 3.1.1

Minimum OS: iPod OS 3.0

Introduced: July 2004

Terminated: June 2005



Notes

the 40 GB model was 0.69" deep and weighed 0.39 lbs.

Announced in July 2004, the iPod (Click Wheel) was thinner, lighter, and cheaper than its predecessor. It also featured a redesigned hardware interface, based on the successful Click Wheel interface used for the iPod mini. Battery life was also dramatically improved, thanks to the use of a PortalPlayer PP5020 System-on-a-chip, which was much less power-hungry than the PP5002 used in previous players. The iPod (Click Wheel) was available in two models: a 20 GB model sold for $299, while a 40 GB model was available for $399. In February 2005, the 40 GB model was dropped, and the price of the 20 GB model was cut to $249.