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Apple iPod nano - Like a before and after picture, this updated iPod nano sports a slimmer, more attractive, all-alluminum body; as well as a 1.5" LCD thats 40% then before. But if you need brains with your beauty, then Apple has you covered there as well. You get a new, higher capacity battery that can playback up to 24 hours of music, or 5 hours of photo slideshows. The best part is, for about the same price of an older iPod nano, you're getting twice the capacity! Syncs seamlessly with iTunes Connector for Optional dock Stereo Minijack Hold Switch Charge Time - about 3 hours (1.5 hour fast charge to 80% capacity) Audio Support - AAC (16 to 320 Kbps) / Protected AAC (from iTunes Music Store) / MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps) / MP3 VBR / Audible (formats 2, 3, & 4) / Apple Lossless / WAV / AIFF Photo Support - JPEG / BMP / GIF / TIFF / PSD (Mac only) / PNG Sync & Charge via USB Cable Adjust audiobook playback speed Create multiple on-the-go playlists Shuffle songs or albums Repeat one or all 20 Equalizer settings Backlight Timer Display Contrast Alarm - On / Off / Silent Sleep Timer Date & Time Display time in menu bar Color - Pink Supports - Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 or later, Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2 or later, Mac OS X v10.3.4 or later Unit Dimensions - 3.5 x 1.6 x 0.26 Unit Weight - 1.41 ounces
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I received my new 2nd generation nano from the apple store the other day, and have spent a lot of time getting to know it. I like it a lot, and I think it'll be the best-selling iPod yet.
Like all iPods, it is easy to learn and easy to use, has EXCELLENT sound quality, and is a real pleasure to use.
THE NEW NANO COMPARED TO THE FIRST GENERATION NANO
This new 2nd generation nano is much improved over the 1st generation model, which came out in September 2005.
* BETTER SCREEN: The screen is noticably brighter (though not any larger). This is especially nice for viewing photos.
* BETTER BATTERY: A fully charged battery will power the nano for up to 24 hours, compared to only 12 for the 1st generation nano. (These tests are done under artificial conditions, actual battery life is shorter - but it remains true that the new nano has double the battery life of the old one.)
* BETTER CASING: The casing of the first generation nano was soft plastic, which accumulated scratches very quickly and didn't hide them well. The second generation nano has an andonized aluminum casing - the same material used to make the tough-as-nails iPod mini, which Apple discontinued when the first generation nano came out last year. This material is very scratch-resistant and durable.
* COLORS: The new nano comes in a variety of colors (though not all capacities have all color options; the high-end 8 gigabyte nano comes only in black). The first generation nano came in two colors - black and white. The pink ipod mini has been fetching a high price on eBay since it was discontinued last fall; I think that will change, now that you can get a new 4 gigabyte nano in the same pink for only $200.
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