Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod Nano / 1st Generation
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ipod nano black
Ryan P. Nedoma "ducttapedcar", Amazon
12 May 2007
Summary: well to start out i am usually not into anything other than cd players only because i have so many cds and i usually get hooked on a certain one for long periods of time...but when it comes to the ipod it is one of the greatest creations ever to hit music...i mean for sound quality...
Summary: I have an iPod nano 2nd generation, and this iPod dock sounded great because I knew it was compatible. I wanted to have a place on the computer desk to set it while it charged or loaded songs. The main selling point for me was that you don't have to reach behind the computer to plug it in.
Summary: I purchased my 4 GB iPod nano less than one year ago (it is still under warranty). However, recently, the screen does not show up (even though it does light up). I called customer service and I received an email and followed all the steps to restore my Ipod.
Summary: I bought an iPod in April, and I was VERY excited. i had recently returned my old MP3 player and got the iPod nano for the same price. I went home, and after figuring out the library, I was ready to go. After a week however, my iPod began to "freeze" and the battery lasted 5 hours at most.
Summary: Not only did iTunes fail to work/update properly and freeze my computer on several occasions, but my LCD is *wrecked* now after keeping it in a small change-purse type of bag (alone, to avoid scratches) in my purse.
Summary: I have the iPod Nano for 4 months. I use it everyday. It is scratched front and back beyond recognition. I thought people were hyping this scratching thingie. Sadly, it is true. In comparsion, I drop my cell phone and pull it in and out from my jeans 1000 of times for the past years.
Summary: I have owned two iPods in my life. The first was the Mini, which was great, but I bought it because I didn't even really know about the other competition. When the Nano came out, I figured I'd take the opportunity to replace my tired sad little mini.
4Gb iPod Nano is pricey, but may be worth it (read on)...
G. Kline "art & technology", Amazon
29 November 2005
Summary: UPDATE: I have ended up buying an iPod Nano afterall. My first review was from my initial experience and what I learned from a few other owners. But after getting a chance to use one for a full day, I came to realize that some of my earlier complaints about the Nano needed revisiting and so I...
Summary: This ipod is pretty much a shrunk down version of the ipod photo. It does all the same things including playing music and slide shows. There of course are a few problems. For one the ipod scratches like no other. If you barley even touch you will see a mark on the body.
Summary: I saw it. I loved it. I wanted it. I paid $250 for it. It ordered it engraved. I finally got it. I loved it even more. It looked good. It sounded good. It was exactly as advertised. Until. Until the second day. It was scratched so badly you would think some cat had a fever.