iPod. Just that one word alone brings up memories of what has quickly become one of the world's largest fads. It seems as if everyone owns an iPod, and rightfully so. Apple's line of iPod's have continuously proven to be the most reliable, high end, sleek, technically advanced mp3 players available on the market. As one would expect, the iPod Nano is continuing this line of excellence.
The new iPod Nano may seem like nothing special to outsiders merely glancing in, and it may seem as if Apple is simply capitalizing on its iPod's popularity to put out "new" iPod's that really don't offer anything new, but the Nano is actually a great piece of work. As its name sounds, the Nano is built from the ground up to be the smallest, sleekest iPod available.
The iPod Nano ranges in at 0.6 cm thick, 9 cm long and 4 cm wide. But don't be fooled by its small size, the Nano comes equipped with a fairly large, extremely sharp color screen and a rather large memory capacity that comes in at either 2 GB (holds 500 songs) or 4 GB (1,000 songs), depending on your preference. Even more impressive is that these aren't the standard hard drives of older iPods, this is the new solid state flash memory that allows this tiny package to offer large amounts of reliable memory.
So while you may knock on Apple assuming that they are putting out underachieving products, keep in mind that the Nano is truly an amazing mp3 player. It offers all the advantages of the other iPod's except in a miniature size. Indeed, the iPod Nano is an mp3 player that all can enjoy.
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