Reviews and Problems with Apple iPod nano 4th Generation
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Apple iPod nano (4th Generation) 8GB Review
19 November 2008
Conclusion: We're in the fourth generation now so it's easy to lose sight of the understated marvel here. Although a different experience from the second-gen iPod touch , launched concurrently, the 4th generation iPod nano is a serious entertainer in its own right, somehow packing more functionality than ever into an impossibly slender device.
Pros: Feels amazing in the hand, with one-thumb click-wheel control, Unique new convenience (and coolness) features
Cons: Battery life slightly shorter for video than previous generation, Some might squint at video on the two-inch screen
Excerpt: Apple’s latest iPod nano continues to loom over the heads of its competitors despite players with better sound and more features from companies like Sony and Microsoft. The redesigned body almost seems like a brush of nostalgia, though it definitely improves on the previous generation and keeps the device current.
Pros: Thin design; very good AV quality; useful new features
Cons: Lacks wireless features; no custom EQ; mediocre battery life
Despite its new design, the fourth-generation iPod Nano is more of an evolutionary step than a major overhaul.
Good Gear Guide.au
4 September 2013
Summary: If you are looking for a new media player, the fourth-generation iPod Nano certainly merits consideration, but if you already own an Nano — especially a third-generation one — you may want to think twice before upgrading.
Pros: Very slim and lightweight, supports voice recording
Cons: No FM tuner, must be turned sideways for video viewing
Excerpt: You can see why Apple has gone for a new-look nano. In theory, what isn't there to like about a scaled-down version of the iPod Touch? In the flesh, and in any one of seven different colours, the Nano looks cool.
Excerpt: Apple's latest iPod Nano has the same 2in 320x240-pixel colour screen as the previous Nano (see Shopper, What's New 238), but it's in portrait rather than landscape orientation, giving more room for long lists of songs. Like the iPod Touch, the Nano has an accelerometer, so holding it on its side rotates the image when viewing videos or photos, making better use of the screen space.
Summary: The fourth-generation iPod nano is easy on the eyes and the wallet, and you can't beat its hardware and user interface design. Look out for innovative accessibility features and the Genius playlist tool, but just be sure to give iTunes 8 a spin before committing
Pros: Design, Apple's new Genius playlist tool, Accessibility features for the visually impaired
Cons: The fact that you have to upgrade to Apple's iTunes 8 software, The rounded screen invites glare, Average sound quality
Excerpt: Der neue Ipod Nano 4 ist da. Videofunktion, 2 Zoll großem Display.Apple ist zwar aufgrund seines großen Displays ein ganzes Stück breiter geworden, dafür aber jetzt deutlich kürzer. Der Ipod Nano der 3. Generation verfügt über jede Menge neue Feature und ein grafisch und funktionell noch besser durchdachtes Bedienkonzept, so dass er mit exzellenten Ergebnissen in Sachen Handhabung glänzen kann.
Pros: Extrem flach und leicht, Sehr einfach zu bedienen, Sehr viel Zubehör optional erhältlich, Gute Akkulaufzeit
Cons: Musikübertragung nur per Itunes, Kein Adapter für die Steckdose im Lieferumfang