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  • - Flash memory 8 GB
  • - LCD 5.08 cm (2") 320 x 240 pixels
  • - Audio formats supported: AAC, AIFF, MP3, WAV
  • - 32 Ω
  • - Continuous audio playback time: 24 h Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
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Apple iPod nano 8GB Pink, 8 GB, LCD, 49.2 g

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Apple iPod nano 8GB Pink. Total storage capacity: 8 GB. Display: LCD. Continuous audio playback time: 24 h. Weight: 49.2 g

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:23:04
Uk has collected 86 expert reviews for Apple iPod nano 8GB Pink and the average expert rating is 84 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
84%
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techradar.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:23:01
Stubby. That was the first word that popped into our heads when we clapped eyes on the new iPod nano. Three seconds later, though, with the device lying seductively in our hands, we turned from sceptic to believer. Its nearly impossible not to be full...
Good Amazing screen resolution, Small and light, New menus and Cover Flow...
Bad Screen is small, Stubby design, 8GB maximum memory...
Bottom line Stubby. That was the first word that popped into our heads when we clapped eyes on the new iPod nano. Three seconds later, though, with the device lying seductively in our hands, we turned from sceptic to believer. Its nearly impossible not to be full...
100%
macworld.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
It used to be that buying an iPod nano instead of a full-size iPod meant more than giving up storage capacity to get a smaller player; you also sacrificed features, such as video playback and output, better games, and audio recording. Apple added recor...
Good All the features of the iPod classic – including video playback, video output, and games – in a smaller, less-expensive, and flash-memory-based player; Bright, clear screen; very good sound quality, excellent battery life, improved user interf...
Bad Incompatible with some existing dock-connector accessories, shiny back surface not as rugged as anodised metal of previous version, can’t use previously-purchased games, Cover Flow performance limited, new visuals-heavy interface slowed by album art...
Bottom line The iPod touch complicates the ‘Which iPod should I buy?’ question. But when it comes to traditional iPods, the decision has never been easier. For those without huge iTunes libraries – or people who don’t mind managing which part...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
Worthy successors to the iPod name. Sleek looks and intuitive menus at a fair price. The legendary white iPod is no more. In its place is a slimmer brushed aluminium model, in silver or black, known as the iPod classic. Unlike Coke Classic, its even...
80%
alphr.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
Both players have their strong points, but the best feature remains the simple interface and excellent design. The iPod touch might be the one grabbing headlines, but Apple has given the entire iPod range a thorough shake-up. Theres no longer any suc...
83%
pocketgamer.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
After an Apple mole leaked a picture of the somewhat chubby new iPod nano on the intertubes before the computer companys illustrious leader could make its birth announcement, some were in two minds about the upcoming device. After all, it represented...
50%
digitalversus.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
The iPod Nano is now here in its third version but with the same incomparable design that makes it so unique. Very attractive and small, it finally makes the transition from audio to multimedia player. And actually, its main innovation is that the Na...
Good Small size, Design and ergonomics, Display quality, Autonomy...
Bad Can only be synchronized with a single computer, No drag and drop to transfer files, Battery cannot by removed, Fastidious video conversion...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
The first thing youll notice about the third-generation Apple iPod nano is its 2in display. How can you not? The display occupies more than half of the device - fitting, considering that one of the big selling points of the nano is it can now play v...
Bottom line What the nano lacks in a few features and flexibility, it makes up for with its stylish flair. With the nano, Apple delivers a highly capable, eye-catching media player, including great audio quality and a bright, high-resolution display for watching...
90%
pocket-lint.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:04
The good Wider screen than before, doesn sit comfortably in hand The bad Still a small screen, no FM radio We say Get past the hyperbole and its just an average MP3 player...
Good Wider screen than before, doesnt sit comfortably in hand...
Bad Still a small screen, no FM radio...
Bottom line Get past the hyperbole and its just an average MP3 player...
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theregister.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:23:04
What youll notice straight away is its shape: its a little shorter and much wider than its predecessor. Both the 4GB and 8GB configurations are identical in terms of dimensions - 6.9 x 5.2 x 0.7cm - so it is thinner than the older model, but at 49.2...
Bottom line Apple continues to make great products - you cant deny it. But, at the same time one starts to suspect its lost its way just a little. Once, any product sporting the bitten fruit logo was going to be both super stylish and durable. Yes, the new Nano...
80%
stuff.co.nz
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2011-11-06 10:16:07
Youve got to give Apple credit. They usually dont get there first, but they do a hell of a job once they do. Other companies have been releasing iPod nano-sized and nano-priced MP3 players that also play video for about 18 months, a feature that was...
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smh.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:16:08
Apples new iPod nanos.Photo: Heres a prediction: in precisely 91 days time, many people will be peeling back the wrapping paper on a Christmas present to reveal a perspex rectangular box about the size of two decks of playing cards. Inside th...
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goodgearguide.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:16:08
Wider but shorter and thinner thanks to the addition of a 2in display for video playback, Apples latest iPod nano is certainly awkward looking. But beneath its chubby, anodised aluminium exterior is another fine music player. Video: We scratch, drop a...
Good Excellent interface, brighter and larger display for video playback, anodised aluminium front, improved battery life, Cover Flow feature...
Bad The screen is a little small for comfortable video playback, chrome backing shows scratches and fingerprints easily, small and stubborn hold switch The Final Word Despite its shape and size changing dramatically, the new iPod nano still manages to be t...
Bottom line Despite its shape and size changing dramatically, the new iPod nano still manages to be the best designed player on the market. Under the hood lies an excellent music player, and a capable video player representing great value at this price.
80%
pcauthority.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:16:08
The new iPods are in, and so is our first take.
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Zdnet.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:16:09
DesignLove it or hate it, and opinion seems firmly divided, theres no getting past the look of the third generation iPod nano. Gone is the candy bar design of the Minis and first two nanos. In is the iPod Classic shrunk in the wash look, which conspir...
Good Bigger, brighter screen, Video playback, Cover Flow and preview pane look sweet, Better value than ever, Audio quality much improved...
Bad but still not great, New look doesnt appeal to everyone, Video out cables cost AU$79!, Thinner Click Wheel hard to use...
Bottom line Honey, I shrunk the iPod! The new nano has all the features of its big brother, the Classic, but in a smaller package with fewer gigabytes.
82%
gadgetguy.com.au
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2011-11-06 10:16:09
The previous Nano generations were nice players, but it was hard to make the case for buying them when the hard disk-based iPods (now sold as the iPod Classic) were a similar price for much more storage. Adding video and the very enticing carrot of vas...
Good Adds video playback, Cover Flow searching, superb battery life.
Bad Chunky design, bottom-mounted headphone socket, no supplied video conversion software.
Bottom line The previous Nano generations were nice players, but it was hard to make the case for buying them when the hard disk-based iPods (now sold as the iPod Classic) were a similar price for much more storage. Adding video and the very enticing carrot of vas...
90%
stuff.tv
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2014-03-14 03:12:58
Video review: The best MP3 player in the world: tiny, attractive and extremely talented...
Good Excellent sound, video, interface. Flawless iTunes integration. Build quality...
Bad Divisive styling...
Bottom line The best MP3 player in the world: tiny, attractive and extremely talented...
100%
electronicsme.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
Apple iPod nano 16GBApple continue to lead the way with their iPod range in the digital mobile music player genre, the Nano just builds upon this great success, with some new features thrown in. Video Camera and photo capabilities come built in to the...
Bottom line There is not much sense in looking anywhere else for a digital music player when price, features and design are taken care of by one particular company. There may come a time when other companies are able to eclipse the offerings that Apple gives, that...
96%
thinkcomputers.org
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
MP3 Players have evolved a lot since they first burst on to the scene. Apple really surprised people with their iPod MP3 Player and it really took off. You can see why too, easy to use controls, smooth menus, and the ease of syncing everything through...
Good Slick design, 2inch 320 x 240 QVGA screen, Very easy to operate, 6 different color choices, Price...
Bad NONE!...
Bottom line The iPod is the most popular MP3 player and for good reason. Coming in a few different flavors the iPod Nano is a great player for someone looking for something a little bit better than the Shuffle and that has a larger capacity. The 8GB version will...
100%
hardwaresecrets.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
Great design and ease of use have made Apple’s iPod is the most popular digital music player in the world. The nano is the smallest iPod with a screen. With the release of this 3rd generation, newly designed iPod nano, Apple has created a wonderful add...
Bottom line We feel that this 3rd generation nano is easily the best inexpensive nano to date. The advancements since we looked at the 1st generation iPod in 2005 have been dramatic. The improved screen, enhanced interface, better games, video support and the new...
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Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:23:01
Video Review: The 3rd generation Apple iPod nano introduces a new design: shorter, thinner and wider to accommodate for a larger color screen.
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about.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
The GoodBigger screenVideo supportSlimmer case The BadRelatively small storage capacity The PriceUS$149-$199When Apple releases new iPod models, sometimes all they change is how much storage the model offers. Other times, all they change is everything...
80%
smartcomputing.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:23:01
Throughout history, mothers and teenage daughters have waged battles for dominance and supremacy with terrifying displays of might and perseverance. Rarely can two forces of nature produce the magnitude of dust-flying, teeth-baring, tongue-lashing, sin...
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Geek.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
When the iPod nano was first released it took a lot of people by surprise. The 2G mini had only been out a few months and despite the fact that is was always the black sheep of the iPod family there was no telling that it would have one of the shortest...
0%
techtree.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
We generally remember 2001 as the year of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America. Almost a month later, amidst the chaos, something happened to the portable music player industry. 2001 was also the year Apple Inc. released their flagship portable digita...
Good Slim and gorgeous housing, Good sound quality, Amazing video playback, Comfortable ear-phones, Easy-to-use User Interface, Fast data transfers, price.
Bad No synchronization software provided along with the package, Normal drag-n-drop of media not possible.
Bottom line The 8GB version that I reviewed retails for Rs. 8500. The 4GB one comes for about 6500 bucks. I remember a time when the Apple iPods were premium-segment players that were not really affordable for everybody. But now, interestingly, after its appearan...
90%
tech2.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:01
View SpecificationsIve been eager to test the all-new iPod Nano ever since I attended the launch here in Mumbai and held one for the first time. Some of you may be aware that I’m not particularly fond of the iPod, but something about the newer...
Good Great all-purpose design, Superb new interface and features, Light weight...
Bad Difficult to watch videos, Earphones not adequate...
Bottom line View SpecificationsIve been eager to test the all-new iPod Nano ever since I attended the launch here in Mumbai and held one for the first time. Some of you may be aware that I’m not particularly fond of the iPod, but something about the newer...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2011-07-30 09:23:02
Related Reviews Archos 604 (30GB) Sony NWZ-A818 Apple iPod nano 4GB (3G) Apple iPod Touch (16GB) Apple iPod Touch (8GB) Related Downloads FL Studio Winamp iPodCopy Acoustica MP3 CD Burner Super Audio Grabber...
Good Super slim and lightweight Very impressive audio and video Holds up to 2,000 songs or 8 hours of video 24 hour battery for music Easy to set up and use...
Bad Included headphones are "ok" at best Headphone jack on bottom of player...
Bottom line The 3rd generation iPod nano is one of the most enticing iPods Apple has ever produced. Its thin, sexy, easy to use, holds plenty of music, videos and photos. The sound quality is impressive - seemingly better than earlier iPod nanos. Video quality is...
90%
macnews.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
Let me go ahead and say it: the third generation iPod nano is the least impressive product in the revamp of the iPod line-up (except for the shuffle). The touch has some snazzy new features (see my review) and the classic is an incredible value (my r...
70%
skatter.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
It has been over a month since Apple launched the third generation iPod and it’s probably a bit late for a review, but we’re publishing ours anyways. Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs, first unveiled the original iPod Nano about two years ago by s...
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Computerpoweruser.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
Dimensions: 2.75 x 2.06 x .26 inches (HxWxD); Battery life: 24 hours audio, 5 hours video Apple serves up yet another technological marvel in its newly redesigned iPod nano. The digital media player loses the gum stick form factor but gains gorgeous vi...
80%
sciuridae.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
The first generation Apple Ipod Nano was probably the coolest mp3 player out there. Can you remember the first time you actually picked one up and marveled at how incredibly slim and small it was? With the release of the iPhone and Ipod Touch its easy...
0%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
Apple iPod Nano Completely redesigned, the third-generation Nano adds video playback and redefines the portable media player. Recommend this story? Yes No Please Wait... The first thing youll notice about the third-generation Apple iPod Nano ($199 for...
Good Slim, elegant design, Attractive video playback...
Bad Lacks radio, Doesnt allow voice recording...
Bottom line Completely redesigned, the third-generation Nano adds video playback and redefines the portable media player.
79%
pocketables.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
The third-generation Apple iPod nano is a significant upgrade over the previous generation, not only in terms of design but also in features. The new nano has a new look, new video playback capabilities, and a new user interface. Its also got great...
0%
Laptopmag.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
The worlds most popular flash-based music player now does video, but its the size and unparalleled ease of use that will win you over.
Good Much better screen than predecessor, Good battery life, Attractive new interface, Best-in-class music-management software...
Bad Display too small for extended viewing, Click Wheel partially obscured when used with some docks, No FM radio...
Bottom line Apples third-generation iPod nano boasts video capability and a larger screen, vastly improving on its predecessor. It also sports a snazzy new split-screen interface, revamped graphics, and a short, squat design--though its still slim as ever. This...
80%
Businessweek.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
The Good: Beautiful video and music in a tiny package The Bad: Could have used more internal storage capacity given the new emphasis on video The Bottom Line: The nano is the most popular iPod of them all and should remain so...
Good Beautiful video and music in a tiny package...
Bad Could have used more internal storage capacity given the new emphasis on video...
Bottom line The nano is the most popular iPod of them all and should remain so...
90%
barefeats.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
Though we are obsessed with speed testing at our lab, we dont function very well without our iPods. So here goes our comparative analysis of the newest ones. Third Gen iPod NanoIts an improvement over the 2nd Gen Nano in that it has a bigger screen a...
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trustedreviews.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
Try as hard as you like, you cannot deny that Apple has an uncanny ability to keep on making great products. Every time you think it's impossible to make improvements to their iPod music players, along comes another revamp that raises the bar yet again...
Bottom line All in all I'd say that the latest nano is another success for Apple. The design is absolutely lovely, the screen is excellent and the Cover Flow interface is an effective addition in terms of ease of use. Audiophiles will probably pass it by, as will fea...
80%
siliconrepublic.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
A lot can change in two generations: Ireland discovered the Frappuccino and the iPod Nano got a little video. Despite having the added ability to play video, the new third generation iPod Nano is the smallest, slimmest and most stylish iPod to date.In...
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macworld.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
The forthcoming release of the iPod touch complicates the larger “Which iPod should I buy?” question. But when it comes to traditional iPods, the decision has never been easier.For those without huge iTunes libraries—or people who don&rs...
90%
justanothermobilemonday.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:02
I succumbed to temptation a few days after release. It was just so darn adorable, I couldn’t help myself. It even came in my favorite color! When I walked into the Apple store, I was actually expecting to like the Classics. And then I saw the Nanos...
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the-gadgeteer.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
Of the three updated iPods that Apple recently announced, I would have to say that the updates to the nano have caused me more excitement than the 160GB classic and the touch screen enabled iPod touch. To date, the nano has been Apples smallest aud...
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v3.co.uk
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
The squat, third-generation Nano plays video and comes with a brand new interface...
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mobiletechreview.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
Reviewed September 18, 2007 by Jacob Spin del, Chief iPod Correspondent Music videos make music more fun to listen to and can even give you a new appreciation for a song—unless you happen to own a first- or second- generation iPod nano, in which cas...
90%
stuff.tv
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
Video review: The best MP3 player in the world: tiny, attractive and extremely talented...
Good Excellent sound, video, interface. Flawless iTunes integration. Build quality...
Bad Divisive styling...
Bottom line The best MP3 player in the world: tiny, attractive and extremely talented...
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LordPercy.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
Evolution not revolution is the name of the game when you already have an award winning gadget and Apple are no strangers to this concept. So when we got our paws on the new iPod Nano for review we expected some small tweaks mostly cosmetic and a few n...
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tuaw.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
Dear TUAW readers, I have a confession. Normally I am not a person who spontaneously buys an iPod . However last Thursday morning was, well, a little different. Upon seeing the new Nanos, Shuffles and iPod Classics on display at an Apple Store I just h...
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techcrunch.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
The iPod nano is the first out of the gate in Apple’s newly revamped line of music players. Available in 4GB ($149) and 8GB ($199) versions (sadly, no 16GB model) and five different colors, the new nano looks pretty funky in its new wide-bodied form...
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ign.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
The third generation of the iPod nano has arrived, brining long expected features like video support and a Cover Flow interface to the portion of the iPod market that prefers the more diminutive players in family. The new nano also ditches the tall and...
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arstechnica.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
The beat went onAn iPod in the hand...Is that a new UI, or are you just happy to see me?Im feeling a tad sluggishMiscellany The iPod gets a makeover: a review of the iPod nano and iPod classic By Clint Ecker, Jacqui Cheng | Published: September 10, 20...
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appleinsider.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:03
The new third generation Nano has the same small and ultra thin form factor as previous Nanos and similarly occupies the same sports-centric product position in the Apples iPod line. However, it adds full video iPod features on a screen smaller than...
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ilounge.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:04
If the new iPod nano has any limitations, they’re clearly video-related. Its inability to work with most prior iPod video accessories, the limits of its maximum 8GB of storage capacity for large videos, and its not-exactly-huge 2” display make it a le...
Good A massive upgrade to Apple’s smallest-screened media player, adding very good video- and game-playing capabilities to the previously music- and photo-only, popular iPod nano. Achieves better than promised battery performance, as well as nearly e...
Bad Screen and flash memory sizes aren’t ideal for video. Prior iPod Games, and iPod video accessories, are generally not compatible with this model. Mirror-finished rear casing returns, ready to scratch and smudge.
Bottom line A Note From the Editors of iLounge: Though all products and services reviewed by iLounge are "final," many companies now make changes to their offerings after publication of our reviews, which may or may not be reflected above. This iLounge a...
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pcmag.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:04
Since the iPod nanos inception, the only thing it ever really lacked was video—something that didnt mesh with the iTunes Stores commitment to TV shows and film downloads. Sporting a bright, two-inch widescreen that shows video in the highest pixel...
Good Widescreen video. New excellent user interface. Great new graphics. Extremely thin. Good (rated) battery life.
Bad Cover Flow loses some of its appeal without a touchscreen. Crappy earbuds.
Bottom line Apples new video iPod nano is wider than the old version, yet the player remains very thin and sleek, with an excellent widescreen display, a beautiful interface, and (finally) video...
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mobiletechreview.com
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2011-07-30 09:23:04
Apple iPod Reviews Reviewed Jan, 27, 2006 by Jacob Spindel, Chief iPod Correspondent Nano has always been the metric prefix for "10^-9." However, it also recently became an Apple suffix for "really cool iPod." The iPod nano is Apple's replacement for...
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lifewire.com
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2017-05-06 02:45:16
Bigger screen Video support Slimmer caseThe Bad Relatively small storage capacityThe Price US$149-$199When Apple releases new iPod models, sometimes all the company changes is how much storage the new model offers. Other times, all they change is everythi...
Good Bigger screen, Video support, Slimmer case...
Bad Relatively small storage capacity...
Bottom line This reinvention of the iPod nano is, generally, top-notch. If you're not ready to spend the hundreds of dollars that an iPod Classic requires, want a screen, and would prefer a tiny, light iPod, the 3rd generation iPod nano is the model you should check...
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