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Apple iPod Nano / 6th Generation 2010

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Overall 8
8.0

Apple iPod nano (2012)

PC Magazine
12 October 2012
  • Conclusion: Apple puts the iPod nano back on track with its latest version, which sports a sweet new design, a larger touch screen, video playback capabilities, and more.
  • Pros: Very thin and light, yet sturdy. Larger, more responsive touch screen than before. Bundled EarPods are much improved. Finally supports wireless stereo Bluetooth streaming. Includes a pedometer and Fitness app. Stellar battery life.
  • Cons: Still no video recording. No in-line playback controls. Not natively compatible with existing accessories, thanks to the new Lightning Connector.
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Overall 7
7.0

Apple iPod Nano Review

thinkdigit.com
23 November 2010
  • Summary: At Rs. 12,700 the Nano is expensive, unless you are looking for something really tiny, in which case, it fits the bill perfectly. Apple has cut corners on performance, something we do not care for. Also, the price is very close to the iPod Touch 8 GB, and if size is not an issue, we can't see many people biting this Apple.
  • Pros: Very compact and lightweight, Good all-round music performance, FM Radio
  • Cons: No video recording, Audio performance will not impress purists, Lower volume levels than previous Pods, 16 GB version is marginally better value, though priced too close to the 8GB iPod Touch
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Overall 7
7.0

Playlist iPod nano (sixth generation, late 2010)

Macworld
7 September 2010
  • Excerpt: (2 items) No iPod model has received as many makeovers—both minor and dramatic—as the iPod nano. (Perhaps not coincidentally, no other iPod model has sold as well.) The original nano was simply a scaled-down version of the standard iPod—tall and thin with a shiny, steel back and a white-plastic front, but the first revision gave the nano an all-aluminum body. The third version brought a short-and-wide shape, but the nano returned to tall and thin in the fourth go-round .
  • Pros: Compact size, Multi-Touch display and interface improve many interactions, Better media-browsing performance than previous models, Convenient clip, Compact size, Multi-Touch display and interface improve many interactions, Better media-browsing performance than previous models, Convenient clip
  • Cons: No physical playback buttons, but ships with basic earbuds instead of remote/mic version, Same price as previous version despite cheaper earbuds, a smaller screen, and no video-watching and -recording features, Multi-Touch sometimes feels more gimicky than useful, No physical playback buttons, but ships with basic earbuds instead of remote/mic version, Same price as previous version despite cheaper earbuds, a smaller screen, and no video-watching and -recording featur...
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Overall 7
7.0

Apple iPod Nano 2011

CNET
9 August 2010
  • Summary: The sixth generation of the iPod Nano is the smallest yet, but it comes at the expense of valuable features and practical controls.
  • Pros: The iPod Nano costs less than before, is easier to navigate, and includes more Nike Plus fitness tracking capabilities. It's also still the best clip-on music player money can buy.
  • Cons: Many features have disappeared over the years, including video playback, camcorder, microphone, speaker, games, calendar, contacts, notes, and alarm clock. The touch-screen interface is overkill, requiring more attention than the time-tested click wheel design without delivering many practical benefits.
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Overall 8
8.0

Apple iPod Nano Review

thinkdigit.com
5 October 2009
  • Summary: Priced at Rs. 9,700 for the 8 GB version and Rs. 12,500 for the 16 GB version, the Nano is a little on the expensive side, but Apple remedies this with the new range of Nanos with cheaper prices. However, if you're in search of something really light, well-built (read metal) and compact offering great audio performance and the added functionality of video when you need it, the Nano is hard to beat.
  • Pros: Amazingly compact and light, Rugged metal body, Great sound quality
  • Cons: Screen could have been better, not up to the Classic or the Touch, Clickwheel isn't as responsive as the Touch
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Overall 8
8.0

Apple iPod nano 6G review

Pocket Lint
22 September 2010
  • Conclusion: It isn't that the new iPod nano does anything wrong, but it is a change to the nano line, leaving a regular MP3 player type hole in Apple's line up of music devices. The connector on the bottom means it is still compatible with existing docks, although it looks very strange engulfed in an iPod dock. Perhaps it will find favour with the in-car market due to its size, but for many, we think they would prefer the separate screen and controls of the previous versions.
  • Pros: Excellent screen, interface works, compact
  • Cons: Poor headphones, no Voice Control, you can't just slap the buttons through your pocket like previous versions
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Overall 8
8.3
Value for money 7
6.7
Features 8
8.3
Performance 8
8.3

Apple iPod nano (6th generation)

PC Pro
10 September 2010
  • Conclusion: A touch of luxury in a highly desirable package, the new nano has the wow factor no other player can match
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Overall 8
8.3
Value for money 7
6.7
Features 8
8.3
Performance 8
8.3

Apple iPod nano (6th generation)

PC Pro
10 September 2010
  • Conclusion: A touch of luxury in a highly desirable package, the new nano has the wow factor no other player can match
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Overall 8
8.0

Apple iPod nano (sixth generation, late 2010) review

Macworld UK
7 September 2010
  • Excerpt: No iPod model has received as many makeovers—both minor and dramatic—as the iPod nano. (Perhaps not coincidentally, no other iPod model has sold as well.) The original nano was simply a scaled-down version of the standard iPod—tall and thin with a shiny, steel back and a white-plastic front, but the first revision gave the nano an all-aluminum body. The third version brought a short-and-wide shape, but the nano returned to tall and thin in the fourth go-round .
  • Pros: Multi-Touch screen and iOS-like interface added, clear and easy to read screen, tuning FM radio easier then previous model, ability to rotate interface, full-screen clock.
  • Cons: Nano less usable than it could be, no physical playback controls or compatible inline remote-equipped earbuds, no video recording, no apps, no title bar on screen.
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Overall 8
7.5

The smallest proper iPod gets a video-friendly screen, Lightning and Bluetooth

Good Gear Guide.au
9 June 2010
  • Summary: Apple's constantly-reinvented iPod nano gets a video-friendly screen and Bluetooth in its latest update. It's a user-friendly device as portable media players go, although it's missing a few features we liked on previous incarnations.
  • Pros: Compact, smart design, Bluetooth 4.0 is useful
  • Cons: Missing features from previous nano, Screen isn't great for video
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