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Apple iPod nano review
Ilse Jurriën : December 2nd 2008 - 10:15 CET
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AppleApple iPod nano review at LetsGoMobile : Think of Apple and you think of computers, notebooks, MP3 players, iPhones and iPods. Apple is a prominent player in the field of digital music, thanks to its portable iPod music and video players. The iPod nano is the latest portable music player of Apple belonging to the already fourth generation. With a mere 6mm of depth, this Apple iPod nano is extremely flat with a streamlined, oblong design. Just like all previous models, the operation of the Apple iPod nano is carried out by the navigation ring. And also on this iPod, navigation is superb.

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LetsGoMobile adds: "The music quality of the new iPod nano is similar to that of its predecessors. And it is just what you’d expect from an Apple iPod. The included earplugs are simply fine; the music is excellent, bright and gives a full sound, whatever genre you're listening to. This iPod nano boasts an integrated video player. Videos can be uploaded to the iPod via iTunes. The video reproduction on the nano is beautiful; everything is rendered bright and clear. Personally however, I find the 2 inch monitor a tad too small to view an entire movie on it."

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LetsGoMobile adds: "Many consumers use iTunes as standard music program, and some prefer iTunes even to Window Media Player. Transferring music and connecting the iPod all works in close cooperation with iTunes which makes it very fast. Apart from some comments, iTunes is an excellent program to manage your iPod."

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The new Apple iPod nano features an oblong and mainly flat design. The media player has been equipped with a 2 inch crystal monitor that also allows for watching videos. The iPod nano offers sufficient memory capacity with 8GB, or in the case of the other model, even 16GB. An integrated sensor detects rotating of the monitor and allows you to use the new cover-flow function. All of this on an iPod nano with a depth of a mere 6mm. Read the full Apple iPod nano review at LetsGoMobile and get to know all about this media player.




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