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7.0 out of 10

Apple iPod Nano / 6th Generation 2010

8GB internal flash memory stores up to 2,000 songs or up to 7,00 Read more

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Overall 10
10

The New iPod nano is a Gem.  Really

The Mac Observer
9 October 2013
  • Conclusion: It’s amazing how far we’ve come from the early, clunky iPods with a hard disk and manual controls. This iPad nano is not only a gem, but a full-fledged 21st century, wearable, technological accessory … and necessity.  The 5G nano just didn’t go there, but that’s okay. I suspect Apple will sell a lot of these new nanos because of its phenomenal focus, technical appeal and amazing beauty. We’re talking fashion statement here with music jewelry. I love it.
  • Pros: Beautifully designed and beautiful to wear. Focus on music and photos. Lots of other nice features, not hard to find, but tucked just slightly out of sight: FM radio, clock, stopwatch, alarm, VoiceOver, pedometer, Nike Sport interface, voice memos.
  • Cons: Very small and easy to misplace.
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Overall 10
9.6

Apple iPod nano 16GB: Review

Electronics Made Easy
7 February 2010
  • Summary: There is not much sense in looking anywhere else for a digital music player when price, features and design are taken care of by one particular company. There may come a time when other companies are able to eclipse the offerings that Apple gives, that time isn't now. A 16gb iPod Nano is a worthwhile purchase and will serve your mobile music playing needs for many years to come.
  • Pros: Available in 9 colors, 16gb capacity (3500 songs approx.), Built in Video camera, Extremely Lightweight, FM Radio
  • Cons: There are no cons for this product
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Overall 9
9.0

iPod nano, fifth-generation (5G) 8GB

Macworld
13 September 2009
Overall 9
9.0

iPod nano, fifth-generation (5G) 16GB

Macworld
13 September 2009
  • Summary: Thin music and video player
  • Pros: Pedometer, Buffered FM radio with iTunes Tagging, Built-in video effects, Larger display, Video camera and microphone
  • Cons: Video shot indoors looks poor, Same old earbuds, FM reception adequate but not great
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Overall 10
10

Apple iPod Nano

Maclife
17 October 2008
Overall 9
9.0

iPod nano, fourth-generation (4G) 16GB

Macworld
17 September 2008
Overall 9
9.0

iPod nano, fourth-generation (4G) 8GB

Macworld
10 September 2008
  • Summary: Thin music and video player
  • Pros: New voice-recording functionality, Spoken Menus and larger menu fonts improve accessibility, More features than the iPod classic, Genius feature works directly on iPod, Improved interface with optional preview panel, Better-than-estimated battery life, Slightly larger Click Wheel than previous nano, Audio-crossfade, Twice the capacity of previous generation at the same price
  • Cons: Same video-out restrictions as previous model, New shape has its drawbacks, including sharp top edges and (especially) corners, Odd landscape-mode controls, Spoken Menus doesn’t cover all menus and has the same occasional pronunciation issues as computer text-to-speech, Doesn’t charge from some older accessories
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Overall 9
9.0

iPod nano, third-generation (3G) 4GB

Macworld
25 September 2007
  • Excerpt: (1 items) The forthcoming release of the iPod touch complicates the larger "Which iPod should I buy?" question. But when it comes to traditional iPods, the decision has never been easier. For those without huge iTunes libraries--or people who don't mind managing which part of their library to take with them--the nano is a clear winner.
  • Pros: Very good sound quality, excellent battery life, All the features of the iPod classic—including video playback, video output, and games—in a smaller, less-expensive, and flash-memory-based player, Bright, clear screen, Improved user interface, Includes three new games
  • Cons: Incompatible with some existing dock-connector accessories, Can’t use previously-purchased games, Shiny back surface not as rugged as anodized metal of previous version, New visuals-heavy interface slowed by album art, Cover Flow performance limited
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Overall 9
9.0

Review: Third-generation iPod nano

Macworld
13 September 2007
  • Excerpt: (2 items) It used to be that buying an iPod nano instead of a full-size iPod meant more than giving up storage capacity to get a smaller player; you also sacrificed features, such as video playback and output, better games, and audio recording. Apple added recording abilities to the second-generation nano ( ), but with the latest version introduced September 5 , the company went whole hog, bringing every major full-size feature to the smaller, flash-based player nano.
  • Pros: Very good sound quality, excellent battery life, All the features of the iPod classic—including video playback, video output, and games—in a smaller, less-expensive, and flash-memory-based player, Bright, clear screen, Improved user interface, Includes three new games, Very good sound quality, excellent battery life, All the features of the iPod classic—including video playback, video output, and games—in a smaller, less-expensive, and flash-memory-based player, Brigh...
  • Cons: Incompatible with some existing dock-connector accessories, Can’t use previously-purchased games, Shiny back surface not as rugged as anodized metal of previous version, New visuals-heavy interface slowed by album art, Cover Flow performance limited, Incompatible with some existing dock-connector accessories, Can’t use previously-purchased games, Shiny back surface not as rugged as anodized metal of previous version, New visuals-heavy interface slowed by album art, Co...
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Overall 9
9.0

iPod nano, first generation (1G) 2GB

Macworld
16 September 2005
  • Excerpt: (1 items) A clear color screen, responsive and manageable controls, photo viewing, fast syncing, and impossibly thin. In my view the iPod nano is a nearly perfect fit for the middle of the iPod lineup, sounding great and mixing the best features of the shuffle, mini, and color iPod. While some may be disappointed by the lack of FireWire sync and consider the price of admission high given what you can have for $50 more than the 4GB model, your decision to purchase this...
  • Pros: No skipping thanks to flash memory, Responsive controls, Support for photo viewing, Clear and bright screen, Syncs quickly
  • Cons: No support for viewing pictures on an attached television, No syncing via FireWire, Can't boot a Mac from it
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