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Apple iPod shuffle shuffle 1GB Green Clamshell 1GB Green

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Apple iPod iPod shuffle 1GB Green Clamshell, green, Flash-media, 1 GB, AAC,AIFF,WAV, 32 Ω, 20 - 20000 Hz
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Apple iPod shuffle 1GB Green Clamshell, iPod. Color of product: green. Player media type: Flash-media, Total storage capacity: 1 GB. Audio formats supported: AAC,AIFF,WAV. Impedance: 32 Ω, Frequency range: 20 - 20000 Hz. Continuous audio playback time: 12 h, Battery technology: Lithium Polymer (LiPo)

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Reviews
Updated:
2014-01-03
Testseek has collected 87 expert reviews for Apple iPod shuffle 1GB Green Clamshell and the average expert rating is 76 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.
76%
Source Review comments Score
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03
The mini-marvel from Apple gets even smaller...
100%
Howstuffworks.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apple, the undisputed leader in portable MP3 players, has completely redesigned its diminutive iPod shuffle, combining efficiency, unique portability and high style in a very affordable and attractive unit. Less than half the size and weight of the ori...
Good Stylish and lightweight, great software (iTunes), doubles as a Flash drive for data, choice of colors, value-priced...
Bad Included earbuds are adequate at best...
Bottom line Apple, the undisputed leader in portable MP3 players, has completely redesigned its diminutive iPod shuffle, combining efficiency, unique portability and high style in a very affordable and attractive unit. Less than half the size and weight of the or...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-01-03
Video review: Feature light but style rich, this slice of gadget perfection makes rivals seem clumsy and overcomplicated...
Good Smallest MP3 player in the world. Shockingly beautiful. Gloriously simple to use...
Bad No screen. Requires dock. Clip isn’t great with turtlenecks...
Bottom line Feature light but style rich, this slice of gadget perfection makes rivals seem clumsy and overcomplicated...
100%
about.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The GoodLightweightNice priceGreat for exercisers The BadLow capacity Models1GB ColorsSilver, magenta, green, blue, orange The PriceUS$49.00 for 1GBUS$69.00 for 2GBUnlike Any Other iPod - In a Good WayThe iPod Shuffle is unlike any other iPod. It doesn...
90%
impulsegamer.com
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2014-01-03
8.9Apples new iPod shuffle is easily one of the smallest MP3 players on the market that measures in at an incredible 27.3mm x 41.2 x 10.5 and weighing in at only 15.5 grams. Needless to say, its amazing that something so small can perform so much in...
89%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The first-generation iPod shuffle, with its pack-of-gum shape, won over big numbers of people because of its tiny size, feather-light weight, ease of use, and low price. If you liked that model, youll definitely be impressed by the second-generatio...
Good Very good sound quality. Extremely compact and sleek. Seamless integration with iTunes. Built-in clip. Sturdy aluminum casing. Inexpensive.
Bad No screen. Doesnt work with iPod accessories that require a 30-pin dock connector. Charge/sync dock is bulky. No extra features.
Bottom line The second-generation iPod shuffle is impressively small, and the built-in clip makes it ideal for working out, running, or just casual listening. Its lack of a screen or any extras like an FM tuner—or even support for many iPod accessories—is...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
With the new Shuffle, the dollar-to-fun ratio is heavily stacked in the consumer’s favor.
Good Amazing size & sound Ultimate portability Very low $79 price...
Bad Dock-dongle required Blah-quality previous-gen headphones included...
Bottom line Despite my minor irritation with the shuffle’s dock-dongle, I am excited to give this new product an enthusiastic and vigorous ‘two thumbs up’. The design of the shuffle itself is fantastic. The sound quality is stunning, so long as you...
80%
macworld.com
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2014-01-03
After unveiling the world’s smallest iPod in September, Apple finally shipped the second edition of its display-less music player, the iPod shuffle ( ). Smaller than a matchbook and as thick as a AAA battery, this iPod comes in a single 1GB capacity...
Good Cute as a button; rugged finish; good battery life; plenty loud; attractive price.
Bad Audio quality not as good as some other iPods; small size makes iPod harder to use; no Apple Lossless support.
Bottom line After unveiling the world’s smallest iPod in September, Apple finally shipped the second edition of its display-less music player, the iPod shuffle ( ). Smaller than a matchbook and as thick as a AAA battery, this iPod comes in a single 1GB capacit...
80%
ld2.ciol.com
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2014-01-03
The new Shuffle is the latest addition to the existing iPod family, and in case you're wondering what new it has to offer-a much smaller form factor (Apple claims that its half the size of the previous generation) and the new Voice Over feature...
Good Sound, VoiceOver, convenient controls...
Bad Non-standard 3.5mm audio out...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The basic format and design of Apple's revolutionary iPod has remained unchanged over the years and despite many pretenders to the throne, its popularity has never waned. It's a design classic and Apple has wisely declined to mess with it. With the rest...
Bottom line I probably wouldn't like to have a Shuffle as my main music player, simply because it doesn't have a screen and I like to have a modicum of control over the order in which my music plays. However, there are many things to like about the new Shuffle and it...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apples tiniest, cheapest mp3 player yet...
80%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The second-generation Apple miniplayer gets even smaller, and cuts its price by almost half.
72%
ilounge.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
If you asked a thousand people early last year which iPod was likely to be the longest-lived - the iPod mini, iPod 4G, or iPod shuffle - virtually no one would have picked the shuffle. Yet roughly 22 months have passed since Apple rolled out its chewin...
Good our top premium in-canal picks for punch and fidelity, respectively, and tested the new shuffle against the original version, a current-generation iPod nano, and the current, enhanced fifth-generation iPod. Though neither shuffle supports Apple Lossl...
Bad Audio quality has dipped modestly from prior shuffle, and isn’t as clear with good earphones as a full-sized iPod or nano. Unable to recharge or sync on the go without carrying around the included dock, as no USB plug is integrated. Must turn un...
Bottom line Back when Apple released the first iPod shuffle, the companys aggressive pricing literally rattled the entire flash memory market: you could hardly find a competing player with the same 512MB or 1GB capacities at Apples $99 and $149 price points. Tod...
70%
onheadphones.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
There is no way that could make this any smaller, or could they? The ultimate workout media player.Some products scream cool. Some products are pretenders in a fancy package.Not so with the Shuffle.The second incarnation of the Apple iPod Shuffle with...
Good The ability to store 1 GB of music on a device this small. Above average sound quality. Easy to use with Apple's iTunes. Cool colors. Perfect for working out. Comes with Apple's earbuds. 12-hour battery life.
Bad Being limited to 128-Kps AAC. Small enough to lose. Larger capacity Nano with screen is not that much more expensive and does sound better.
Bottom line One of the coolest digital media players ever made with smart functionality and above average sound quality. Easy to charge and load with music. Inexpensive, although the better quality Nano is not that much more expensive...
70%
macnn.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apple recently released its 2nd generation iPod shuffle in a mission to improve what had gone before. The previous shuffle, often compared to a pack of gum, was superb, very compact and had a dual use, because it also could be used as a USB flash memor...
Good Small. Clips to anything.
Bad Needs removable clip. Not usable as a flash drive. Sound not as crisp as previous model. Original earphones included. Requires a dock.
Bottom line Apple recently released its 2nd generation iPod shuffle in a mission to improve what had gone before. The previous shuffle, often compared to a pack of gum, was superb, very compact and had a dual use, because it also could be used as a USB flash memor...
70%
mp3.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The competitively priced iPod Shuffle has a dead-simple user interface with satisfying tactile controls, and its integrated belt clip provides a handy way to keep track of the player. The Shuffle is available in five, metallic colors, and the package i...
Good The competitively priced iPod Shuffle has a dead-simple user interface with satisfying tactile controls, and its integrated belt clip provides a handy way to keep track of the player. The Shuffle is available in five, metallic colors, and the package i...
Bad The iPod Shuffle has no screen, so theres no way to navigate easily among artists, albums, or playlists. And it only offers so-so sound quality. The player might be too small for some users, and nonstandard USB syncing takes away from its plug-and-go...
Bottom line If you like your music playback simple and your device nearly invisible, the third-generation iPod Shuffle will suit you well. But absentminded users should steer clear of this easy-to-misplace player.
63%
infosyncworld.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The latest version of Apples iPod Shuffle comes packed in a tiny aluminum shell, weighing just over half an ounce. Is it a complete music player package, or will it leave you wanting more?...
Good Tiny, beautifully designed shell. Easy to use, with minimal buttons. Sturdy clip. Colored aluminum looks great and shiny.
Bad Dearth of features. Sound quality is not as good as larger iPods. No WMA support, even for non-DRM files. Proprietary connector.
Bottom line We have some serious beefs with the iPod Shuffle: it has no screen, the tiny LED lights are inadequate for giving you feedback about the players status, and it lacks any features beyond basic music playing. Its proprietary cable bugged us, and its...
62%
Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
When the iPod Shuffle debuted in early 2005, it was met with mixed results. Some praised Apple for releasing a flash-based, wallet-friendly version of the popular music player; some knocked the company for attempting to pass off a screenless iPod as an...
Good Extremely lightweight, Low price, Good audio quality...
Bad Unforgiving earbuds, Lacks a display, Requires dock to charge...
60%
brighthub.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
In this article, well take a look at Apples new 2009 model of the iPod Shuffle. The third generation of iPod Shuffle doesnt even have any buttons! The iPod ShuffleEver since the launch of the first iPod Shuffle, Shuffles have been the most popular...
60%
ipodobserver.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
At last, Apples iPod shuffle is no longer the runt of the iPod family. Long overdue for an upgrade since its debut at the start of 2005, the iPod shuffle waited patiently in the wings as Apple rolled out and then upgraded both the iPod nano and 5G iPo...
60%
gamerwok.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Necessary Evil?Sansa, the undisputed number 2 in the MP3 market with a decisive 11% market share as of May this year, announced the new Sansa Clip. This piece of MP3 goodness is every bit as functional as the Nano but in the size of a shuffle.This dev...
0%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Video Review: Apples iPod Shuffle (2nd generation) has gone through a complete redesign, and looks great. Its surprisingly small and at the same time the quality of construction is amazing. It just feels like it was made well.The controls are small...
0%
pocketables.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
With a new starting price of $49, the second-generation iPod shuffle is an affordable and easy-to-use player ideal for beginners, fashion-conscious teens, Apple devotees, and anyone looking for something small and basic to take to the gym. Its also a...
0%
hardwaresecrets.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
O.k., we know that iPod shuffle isn’t exactly something new – after all it was released 16 months ago. But with the release of the 2 GB model last month the price of the 1 GB dropped dramatically, being easily found for $50 at Apple, Best...
0%
tweaknews.net
Updated:
2014-01-03
In the end, there isnt a whole lot I can is wrong with the iPod Shuffle. It does everything it is intended to do. When in use, you dont even notice that it is there. Hell, my aftermarket Sony headphones I use with this product weigh more than this p...
Good Availability, Build Quality, Battery Life, Ease of Use, Portability, Simplicity, Price...
Bad None noted for its intended use.
Bottom line In the end, there isnt a whole lot I can say is wrong with the iPod Shuffle. It does everything it is intended to do. When in use, you dont even notice that it is there. Hell, my aftermarket Sony headphones I use with this product weigh more than t...
0%
Thetechlounge.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
In the crowded world of portable media players theres no bigger name than Apple who simply dominates the market with their various iPod offerings. Since weve already reviewed the iPod nano 2G and the iPod Video 5G, the iPod well be taking a look at...
Good Most durable portable media player ever, Cheapest iPod you can buy (new), Extremely portable, you can clip it anywhere, Impressive battery life...
Bad No display, and ALL that entails, Price isnt as competitive as it should be considering all the missing features...
Bottom line Due to the simplicity of the shuffles design, the most impressive features it can boast include its extremely small size, unmatched durability, and better than rated battery life. If youre the kind of person that constantly breaks or scratches the sc...
0%
audioholics.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
There is a reason that Apple owns the market when it comes to portable MP3 players. Not just the fact that the iPod wrote the book, but how every new iPod continues to pave the way. The completely redesigned shuffle continues the Apple tradition of tre...
0%
paulstamatiou.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Last week Apple introduced four iPod Shuffles in vibrant colors including orange, making it the first iPod to be offered in orange. There were no changes made to the Shuffle other than the color and that the Shuffles were bundled with the newer ear bud...
0%
appleinsider.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apple surprised more than a few industry pundits when it snuck out a rainbow of iPod shuffle colors at the end of January. Ever since it first hit the streets in 2005, the shuffle has been seen as the runt of the litter in Apples music player line, a...
0%
digitalhomethoughts.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apples first-generation Shuffle proved to be an enormous success. Following on its heels is the even smaller and much cooler second generation model. Does the new kid on the block hold up compared to the model before it?Read on for the full review! Pa...
0%
star-techcentral.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
A tiny thing of beauty By LAI CHOR WENG iPOD SHUFFLE (Apple Inc) Portable music player System Requirements: iTunes 7.02 for Windows; iTunes 7 for Mac Connectivity: USB 2.0 (via supplied dock) Memory: 1GB Accessories: Ear-bud headphones, dock Battery:...
Good Stylish and sturdy design; ergonomic; easy to use; long battery life; small and lightweight; built-in clip.
Bad Only one capacity and colour available; a bit pricey; takes too long to charge.
Bottom line One can say that the new iPod shuffle has a stylish, uncomplicated design, with simple clean lines. And its a testament to Apples skill at blending design with functionality that even the box can be regarded a work of art. Included with the shuffle a...
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ixbtlabs.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
After the first models of iPod nano, iPod Shuffle did not look that attractive - it had similar dimensions and the lack of a display robbed the model of all iPod nano advantages. Apple must have either given up iPod Shuffle at all (that is update nothi...
0%
productsifter.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The iPod shuffle is the smallest player Apple makes. Its cheap, light and simple, making it perfect for anyone who wants music while they run, ski, climb or cycle. Its autofill feature, which loads it up with random songs from your collection, also ma...
0%
the-gadgeteer.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Step right up folks, its the incredible shrinking iPod! The new Apple iPod shuffle makes their first generation shuffle look absolutely huge in comparison. Their slogan of "Put some music on" is fitting as this new shuffle has a built-in clip that...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Apple announced the second incarnation of its budget iPod, the iPod shuffle, at its widely-anticipated "Its Showtime" event in September. The new shuffle is notably smaller, thinner, and lighter than the original, with the addition of an aluminum case...
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consumerelectronicsnet.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
Product Review Apple iPod Shuffle (2nd Generation) By Kevin Schmitt Back in junior high, I owned what I thought was the coolest gadget ever: a radio built into a pair of slim, Walkman-style headphones. The radio itself was the size of a postage stamp...
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macnews.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
First of all, let me admit that I’ve never been a big iPod shuffle fan. I’m glad that Apple has a product in this particular niche, but the lack of a screen has left me with no desire to buy a shuffle. With that disclaimer out of the way, the...
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macintouch.com
Updated:
2014-01-03
The new, second-generation iPod Shuffle dramatically redesigns Apples ultra-simple music player. Its tiny — the size of a wired remote — yet it has a gigabyte of music storage. Apple claims a 240 song capacity; iTunes filled ours with 243 song...
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