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Apple iPod nano nano 1Gb White 1GB White

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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 1Gb White 1GB White :
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MA350NF/A - iPod nano 1Gb Wit
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Apple iPod iPod nano 1Gb White, White, Flash-media, 1 GB, LCD, 1.5", 176 x 132 pixels
Long summary description Apple iPod nano nano 1Gb White 1GB White :

Apple iPod nano 1Gb White, iPod. Color of product: White. Player media type: Flash-media, Total storage capacity: 1 GB. Display: LCD, Display diagonal: 1.5", Display resolution: 176 x 132 pixels. Frequency range: 20 - 20000 Hz. Continuous audio playback time: 12 h, Battery technology: Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

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Reviews
Updated:
2014-01-03
Testseek has collected 52 expert reviews for Apple iPod nano 1Gb White and the average expert rating is 85 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.
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review-shop.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
After playing with a 512-Megabyte Apple iPod Shuffle, and a 1-Gb iPod Shuffle, I got myself a higher-capacity MP3 player: 2-Gb Philips HDD077. Unfortunately, the Philips had a couple of problems. It was slow in operation, slow in music transfer and co...
100%
trustedreviews.com
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2014-01-03
Unless you were hiding in a cave last week, you will no doubt have heard about Apple's latest addition to the iPod range. Gone is the iPod mini, which on the surface seemed like a strange decision. The mini seemed to enjoy a fanatical reception from the m...
Bottom line The iPod nano is the kind of product that just makes you stop and stare - anyone that you show it to just wants to hold it and play with it, a bit like when I first showed people my PSP back in January. The nano shows that Apple isn't sitting on its laure...
100%
ipodobserver.com
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2014-01-03
iPod nano (US$199 - Apple Store) is a miracle of miniaturization. Stacked up against Apples original efforts at putting 1,000 songs in your pocket, the nanos "Impossibly small." tag-line seems insufficient. Even the svelte and now surceased iPod mini...
100%
Bjorn3d.com
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2014-01-03
iPod, schmiPod...at least thats what I thought until several weeks ago when I finally got my hands on one. Thanks to Geeks.com, I have a 4GB Apple iPod nano for review. Yeah, yeah, its been out for a while, but its far from the end of its lifecycle...
Good Excellent user interface and menus, Click Wheel rocks!, Great looks, Great features, Decent battery life, Colorful, bright display thats easy to read...
Bad No WMA support, Included case could be much better, Surface could be more scratchresistant, No FM tuner, Screen could be bigger (longer at least)...
Bottom line I usually avoid jumping on bandwagons, but Ive crawled aboard the iPod bandwagon and am glad I did. The 4GB nano is a great little DAP and photo viewer. I am by no means an authority on DAPs, but I strongly suggest giving the nano a closer look if yo...
90%
Laptopmag.com
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2014-01-03
The nano is the iPod killer other pretenders to the portable audio throne only wished they had dreamed up. By switching from a hard drive to flash memory, Apple has turned the portable audio world on its ear again with a player that weighs less than tw...
Good Incredibly slick design, Color screen, Skip-proof flash memory...
Bad Sub-par graphics, No FM radio or voice recording, Pricey...
90%
macnews.com
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2014-01-03
I’ve been using the iPod nano for several days now (I could have test driven one sooner, but I was holding out for the black 4GB version) and my initial reaction has been pretty much the same as everyone else’s: “man, this thing is small...
90%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The Apple iPod nano is nothing short of remarkable.
90%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Specs: Player Type: Flash MP3 Player, Radio: No, Recording, Voice: No, Recording, Line In: No, Capacity: 4000 MB, Weight:...
90%
mp3.com
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2014-01-03
Gorgeous, superslim design with bright, photo-friendly screen; easy to operate; works seamlessly with iTunes and iTunes Music Store, which has the worlds largest selection of music; nimble processor and system performance; no skipping, thanks to flash...
83%
mp3.com
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2014-01-03
The iPod Nano has a gorgeous, superslim design with a bright, photo-friendly screen. It is easy to operate and works seamlessly with iTunes and the iTunes Music Store, which has the worlds largest selection of music. It boasts a nimble processor and s...
83%
mp3.com
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2014-01-03
Gorgeous, superslim design with bright, photo-friendly screen; easy to operate; works seamlessly with iTunes and iTunes Music Store, which has the worlds largest selection of music; nimble processor and system performance; no skipping, thanks to flash...
83%
ilounge.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Editors’ Note: This review was first posted on September 11, 2005 for Apple Computer’s original 2GB and 4GB iPod nano models. On February 7, 2006, Apple released a new 1GB iPod nano, which is now covered in a special new section of this review...
Good Incredibly thin color-screened iPods with audio and photo performance virtually identical to full-sized fourth-generation iPods, but at 1/4 the weight. Bleeding edge engineering and industrial design with visual cues from best prior iPods, resulting in...
Bad umers, on the other hand, pay $50 more for 4GB of storage than the $199 4GB iPod minis they were buying last month, or get only 2GB of storage for the old 4GB price. Other than the flash chips, the other internal components are more like an iPod than...
Bottom line With iPod mini and iPod shuffle, Apple showed the world that the right design at a low bottom line price can outsell a substantially more fully-featured design at a slightly higher price. Less conspicuously, it has demonstrated that there are ways to f...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03
Impossibly small? Maybe. Preposterously pricey? Definitely...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2014-01-03
Impossibly small, but by no means perfect...
80%
mymac.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
No day at the beach The iPod nano. The name just oozes music technology. OK, so it doesn’t exactly inspire the image of a couple walking hand-in-hand along a sun-drenched beach with their iPod nano supplying music through the headset (each person ha...
80%
macworld.com
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2014-01-03
A clear color screen, responsive and manageable controls, photo viewing, fast syncing, and impossibly thin. In my view the iPod nano is a nearly perfect fit for the middle of the iPod lineup, sounding great and mixing the best features of the shuffle...
80%
bigbruin.com
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2014-01-03
The Nano is the best designed MP3 player I have ever seen or used. While they made it look all slick and shiny, it has to lose some points because its so easily scratched. I would like to see Apple come out with a more "hardened" version that is meant...
Good Easy to use interface. Great battery life. Small compact design, without suffering from usability issues. Can hold over 500 songs, which is about 36 hours of music. Gets you into the "in" gadget crowd (if thats important to you).
Bad Easily scratched. Must use iTunes to interface with. Must purchase online software only from Apples iTunes store. Gets you into the "in" gadget crowd (if thats not something you want).
Bottom line Did I say... "I love this Nano?" Well if I didnt let me say right now... "I love this Nano!". It is the best designed MP3 player I have ever seen or used. Unfortunately, while they made it look all slick and shiny, it has to lose some points because i...
70%
macnews.com
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2014-01-03
I can’t help but believe that the days of the iPod shuffle are drawing to a close. With the introduction of the 1GB iPod nano for US$149, it makes the screenless 512MB and 1GB iPod shuffles (now $69 and $99, respectively) much less desirable.
 The...
70%
techreviewsource.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
UPDATE: Apple has yet again come out with another amazing product. The new Apple iPod Nano is a cross between the iPod Shuffle and the iPod Mini. It's got a color LCD screen and flash memory to store up to 1,000 songs. The flash-based iPod Nano w...
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mobilitysite.com
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2014-01-03
This has to be the best Audible Audiobook player there is. It is so great and easy to use. Id buy an iPod just to listen to Audible. It allows you to use two Audible accounts instead of just one like every other device. That is great because I have an...
0%
pcreview.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03
A mouse that roars, an iPod what else! I am one of those proud parents who inherited the iPod from my son. Yes, for a change it was passed-up to me. Not that he is generous, but because of the fact that he along with my daughter were gifted a 4 GB Nan...
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avecmobile.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
small size, storage capacity (despite of the physical size of the unit) and elegant looks. The iPod nano is available as 2GB and 4GB models, which promptly made Apple withdraw iPod Mini (available in 4GB and 6GB models) from production. The...
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Thetechlounge.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Whats small, white, strung together and used as Christmas lights in China? Alright, maybe they dont have Christmas lights in China, and maybe not all iPods are white, and maybe they arent easily strung together, and maybe that wasnt even the best o...
Good Excellent sound quality and power (even with power hungry headphones), Easy to use (software and hardware), Great expandability due to many accessories, Good battery life...
Bad No radio reception out of the box, Limited audio format support, Included case should have been better, Hard to keep as pretty as it looks out of the box...
Bottom line After having spent some time with the iPod nano, its easy to see why theyre so popular. Apple has coupled good sound quality with an intuitive and stylish design in a reasonably priced portable media device that has set the standard in terms of overa...
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macsonly.com
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2014-01-03
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digicamera.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Though the new 6MP Nikon D50 is more compact and less expensive than the D70s, it will deliver images every bit as good and is simpler to use, making it an ideal entry dSLR. In fact, it may be the only dSLR youll ever need. The iPod nano is not merel...
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hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
We?ve gone from large bulky vinyls, to the smaller more portable CDs, to the digital age and current dominant music format, MP3s. Combine all of the above, and carrying around your favorite music has never been easier. Unfortunately, with the amount of...
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ign.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Get the coveted portability of an iPod Shuffle without all of the randomness. Our full review.
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extrememhz.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Let me start by honestly saying that I happen to be one of the few who isnt a fan of the Ipod. I strongly support other manufactures, who have been having a hard time simply keeping up with Apple. Yes, there are indeed other alternatives, such as the...
0%
star-techcentral.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Mano-e-mano with the nano BY TAN KIT HOONG UST when I thought I?d seen everything and not get excited about another iPod again, Apple comes out with the iPod nano, an even smaller player than the iPod mini (which it replaces). The nano may be smaller...
0%
the-gadgeteer.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Its no secret that I am a card carrying member of Apples cult of iPod. Although it took me awhile to become inducted (my first iPod was a 3rd generation model), once I did, Ive remained faithful. I followed up my 3rd gen unit with a 4th gen model an...
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informationweek.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Unlike millions, I never loved the iPod mini. The full-size iPod had evolved over just a few years to a great level of ease of use, lots of storage, and extra functions. The iPod mini always seemed to me half formed. Its smaller hard drive didn’t st...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
As we all know, Apples iPod has dominated the digital music player scene since its launch in 2001, much like an aardvark busting through a termite mound. As hard-drive-based players have gotten smaller and the price of flash-based players has dropped...
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