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Apple iPod nano nano 4GB Silver 4GB Silver

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MP3s are ways of compressing digitally-stored music and is the Internet-used standard. MP4s can be used to compress various types of data including music and video. MP3/MP4 players are small portable devices used to playing back music files. MP3/MP4 players are extremely small and most of them have no moving parts.
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Long product name Apple iPod nano nano 4GB Silver 4GB Silver :
The short editorial description of Apple iPod nano nano 4GB Silver 4GB Silver

iPod nano 4GB Silver
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Short summary description Apple iPod nano nano 4GB Silver 4GB Silver:
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Apple iPod iPod nano 4GB Silver, Silver, Flash-media, 4 GB, LCD, 5.59 cm (2.2"), 240 x 376 pixels
Long summary description Apple iPod nano nano 4GB Silver 4GB Silver :

Apple iPod nano 4GB Silver, iPod. Colour of product: Silver. Player media type: Flash-media, Total storage capacity: 4 GB. Display: LCD, Display diagonal: 5.59 cm (2.2"), Display resolution: 240 x 376 pixels. Headphone connectivity: 3.5 mm. Impedance: 32 Ω, Frequency range: 20 - 20000 Hz

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30
Testseek has collected 107 expert reviews for Apple iPod nano 4GB Silver 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 Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
84%
Source Review comments Score
T3.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
The new batch Apologies in advance to any Apple haters reading this. Youre not going to like it. The new iPod Touch and Nano, despite barely moving forward technologically from the previous generation, are so much better than their rivals that it mak...
Good Best sound quality of any iPod, Apps galore, Stellar interface...
Bad Poor earphones, Shake to shuffle should be shake to fast forward...
Bottom line Put simply the iPod Touch is the best gadget that money can buy. The Nano is colourful, cheap andthe best small MP3 player money can buy.
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
Farewell fatty. Yup, Nano 3G – AKA the iPod Classic Mini-Me – is no more. This fourth incarnation is slimmer and taller than its forebear. Indeed, with the demise of the mildly chunky 160GB Classic, heavy-boned Apple staff must surely be shift...
Good Insanely slim and light. Great visuals. Feature count. Energetic sound...
Bad iTunes 8 arm-bending. Genius demands data. Some screen reflections. Average buds...
Bottom line With a slimmed chassis and a boosted feature list, what’s not to like? Apple’s arm-twisting, that’s what...
100%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apple has almost 75 per cent of the market for portable music players, so minor tweaks to the iPod Classic and Shuffle were all that were needed to update those models. The iPod Nano, however, was clearly a problem. In fact, it’s been a problem ever s...
Bottom line We can’t find much to fault about the new iPod Nano, which is just as well for Apple as there’s a lot riding on this particular product. The iPod Touch is currently still too expensive to really spearhead Apple’s sales efforts, which mea...
90%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Unmistakable iPod in its design and appearance, once again we can't help feel that the will be the must-have gadget under the Christmas tree...
Good Design, shake to shuffle, screen is excellent...
Bad Price, no radio...
Bottom line Unmistakable iPod in its design and appearance, once again we can’t help feel that the will be the must-have gadget under the Christmas tree...
90%
techradar.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Were considering starting a petition to officially designate September as Apple iPod month, since it seems the first month of autumn has been graced with new iPods for as long as we can remember.This year is no exception either, with Apple launching a...
Good Genius is brilliant, Good screen size, Accelerometer...
Bad Requires iTunes, Theres no wi-fi, No touch screen, Shake to shuffle feature is limited...
90%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Good Variety of colours; Genius Playback; Accelerometer features...
Bad Video playback life has decreased; Headphone socket in base; No supplied video conversion software...
Bottom line The fourth generation iPod Nano shows Apple doing what its done with the iPod line for a very long time now - tweaking around the edges, rather than reinventing the whole thing each and every time. Given that with the Nano, they had an already pretty...
90%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Good Variety of colours; Genius Playback; Accelerometer features...
Bad Video playback life has decreased; Headphone socket in base; No supplied video conversion software...
Bottom line The fourth generation iPod Nano shows Apple doing what its done with the iPod line for a very long time now - tweaking around the edges, rather than reinventing the whole thing each and every time. Given that with the Nano, they had an already pretty...
90%
apcmag.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
The diminutive nano has undergone more design changes than any other iPod, and the latest fourth-generation version continues the trend by ditching the short and wide shape of its precedessor for a more conventional long and narrow design that looks li...
Good Great selection of colour options, Increase to 16GB capacity, Beautiful user interface...
Bad Colours are a little faded, Sound quality is average...
90%
Zdnet.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
Apple has set the Nano back on track with the thinnest, lightest design yet, and has features that are hard to ignore. DesignApples most popular music player has undergone yet another extreme makeover. In contrast to last years compacted design, the...
Good Attractive allinone matte metallic design, Better menu with option to turn off graphics, Easier to operate onehanded than the thirdgen model...
Bad Headphones and sound quality are the same as before, Thumb can feel a bit squished, Some features require the purchase of additional accessories...
Bottom line Cheaper, thinner, friendlier: the new Nano trumps its predecessors.
85%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
The latest generation of the iPod Nano, dubbed chromatic in Apples publicity material, has returned to the portrait format of the second generation and now comes in nine different colors.Now with a 2.5 screen, its also gained an accelerometer and...
Good Great styling with bigger screen, Return to portrait format, Soundwithout the headphones!, Genius keeps things interesting, Improved battery life...
Bad Ditch the supplied headphones!, Still no FM tuner...
80%
computeractive.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
MORE: See our video review of the Apple iPod NanoAfter an ill-advised foray into square-shaped designs, Apple returned to the more familiar rectangular body last year for its smallest music player with a screen, the iPod Nano.The new version of the dev...
Good Video recording is handy; sound quality good; radio is useful; small and compact...
Bad No still camera; video camera lens is in an odd place; have to use iTunes software...
Bottom line A very good music player, but the need to replace the substandard earphones make it relatively expensive...
80%
gadgetshow.channel5.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
The Apple iPod Nano 16GB is the fourth generation with its new slender, lightweight and long features. It is different from last year's model which was two-screened and broad, although it remained to have 2 inch screen. It measures 90.7mm tall and 6.2m...
Good Ditching the ‘fat’ shape of the last iPod was a bold move for Apple, but one that’s paid handsome dividends and delivered this: the thinnest (6.2mm), most powerful iPod nano to date. It’s not just a facelift either. Inside it&rsquo...
Bad Yes, it’s the thinnest iPod ever made, but only thanks to Apple’s crafty tapering at the edges. It’s also much taller than its predecessor, and unless you really, really struggle to make mixtape-style playlists, the new Genius features w...
Bottom line with this model Apple has introduced features I didn't need and designed out things that made the 2nd gen the best compact mp3 player available. Would I buy another? No, I'd look elsewhere next time. Report as inappropriate Join FiveFWDCreating an...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Small, but not quite perfectly formed. Back to being sleeker as well as more usable than most rivals, yet still attractively priced. Given that one of the nanos selling points is its tiny size, squeezing a colour display capable of playing video you...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apples latest iPod Nano has the same 2in 320x240-pixel colour screen as the previous Nano (see Shopper, Whats New 238), but its in portrait rather than landscape orientation, giving more room for long lists of songs. Like the iPod Touch, the Nan...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
The new 4G iPod nano leaves behind the shorter, wider shape of the third-generation (3G) model to embrace the taller, slimmer profile of the nanos of old - even slimmer, in fact, than those older models. When it comes to physical appearances, the fo...
Bottom line Overall, the new 4G iPod nano looks like a solid upgrade in most areas, despite slightly-shorter video-watching battery life (and, to some of us, a step backwards in shape). Perhaps most important - from Apples perspective, at least - the new design...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-06
The latest iPod Nano combines the larger screen of the third-generation Nano with the slender design and vibrant colours of the second-generation models. Taken as a whole, the fourth-generation iPod Nano marks the further evolution of an already-strong...
Good Very slim and lightweight, supports voice recording...
Bad No FM tuner, must be turned sideways for video viewing...
Bottom line If you are looking for a new media player, the fourth-generation iPod Nano certainly merits consideration, but if you already own an Nano — especially a third-generation one — you may want to think twice before upgrading...
80%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
You can see why has gone for a new-look nano. In theory, what isn't there to like about a scaled-down version of the iPod Touch? In the flesh, and in any one of seven different colours, the Nano looks cool. It's 46 per cent smaller and 42 per cent ligh...
Good Cute looks, clear, crisp display, exciting, entertaining sound...
Bad Not as intuitive as other Apple products, poor headphones, no video...
80%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
The last generation of nanos divided opinion with their short, squat design. For this new range the company has wisely returned to the tall, thin format of earlier models, with a new curved design in a range of summery colours for extra style points. T...
Bottom line It doesn't do as much as some other players, but damn it's beautiful...
67%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Every year (health permitting), Steve Jobs marches before a crowd of geeks, nerds and other assorted fanboys and bestows upon the world a new iPod. Sometimes that iPod has new colours, other times it has new features. The fifth-generation iPod Nano has...
60%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apples size obsession continues. It started earlier this year when the company introduced us to the MacBook Air, the thinnest notebook ever, and now it has added the thinnest iPod ever to its range of ubiquitous media players. Given that the front...
60%
shinyshiny.tv
Updated:
2011-07-30
That new iPod Nano sure is thin. And it sure is full of stuff. But is it worth the money for all that new stuff? Watch on, friends.
0%
stuff.co.nz
Updated:
2011-11-06
Back in 2004, when I got my first MP3 player, I never cared that it lacked a camera, web browser and crystal-clear video playback - features that are now common on digital media devices. Apples latest iPod Nano offers these kinds of perks and plenty m...
0%
letsgomobile.org/en
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apple iPod nano test T hink of Apple and you think of computers, notebooks, MP3 players, iPhones and iPods. For the last 32 years, Apple has been a major player in the electronics industry. During the eighties, the company also entered the consumer mar...
0%
cravingtech.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
Apple has launched its next generation of iPod Nano (the 4th Generation), also known by people as the iPod Nano Chromatic. It comes with 9 different varieties of colours to suit everyone’s taste. Now there is no more reason not to get an iPod! iPod Nan...
Good Sleek and sexy design, Slim, Photos, Podcasts, and Videos support, Good quality sound, Lots of features for a mere media player, Available on different flavours (colours), iPod Nano 4th Generation...
Bad The annoying “Genius is unavailable for the selected song” error, Shake feature is fun, but not practical Battery life is not so great, A bit confusing on the navigation, Can’t play songs when the iPod is connected to the PC iTunes reliant, Bookmark and Share...
Bottom line Overall, the 4th generation iPod Nano Chromatic is a great all around mp3 player. It has more features than you need for a media player, but if the price is not a big deal for you, then grab it. It is simply the sexiest looking mp3 player out there at...
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