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Apple iPod Shuffle / 1st Generation
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Apple iPod Shuffle / 1st Generation

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Play Your Favorite Songs While On-the-Run: Apple iPod Shuffle 1GB

Personal Electronics buzz
15 January 2007
  • Excerpt: The Apple iPod Shuffle is a powerful little device for going to the gym or the beach. It clips on a shirt or pants and is feather-weight. It actually weighs 0.6 ounces. The dimensions are 1.1-inch by 1.6-inch.
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iPod shuffle

Ars Technica
13 November 2006
  • Conclusion: The second-generation iPod shuffle is much cooler than its predecessor in most ways. It's cheaper, smaller, lighter, clips to your clothing, and holds more songs. It's also pretty darn durable, although in some respects, it did not last as long as the original iPod nano (then again, neither did the...
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XyzComputing.com
31 January 2005
  • Summary: - Ultraportable, nearly weightless - Simple - Reasonably priced - Doubles as a flash drive
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Overall 6
6.0
Features 4
4.0
Sound quality 6
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Looks 8
8.0
Build quality 10
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Apple iPod Shuffle review

PriceRunner
9 February 2009
  • Excerpt: The runt of the iPod litter, the Shuffle gorges itself on 2GB worth of tunes from your iTunes library – it’s okay, you can specify playlists, rather than leaving yourself at the tender mercies of complete randomness – then plays them back. The USP?
  • Pros: The Shuffle is tiny, robust, and cheap. It clips neatly and firmly on to your clothing or any loose flab, making it ideal for gym-goers. Sound quality, as with all iPods is almost completely characterless, clean and effective. It won’t overwhelm you with bass or draw out hitherto unplumbed depths...
  • Cons: Either a masterpiece of minimalism or an under-spec’d piece of crap depending on which way you look at it, the Shuffle has no screen, no extras of any description and comes with Apple’s much-unloved white earbuds.
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buymp3player.com.au
5 December 2007
  • Excerpt: Other controls include, a power switch on the top side of the Apple’s iPod shuffle player and a slider for selecting between shuffle and repeat playback modes. A standard 3.5 mm headphone jack is also located along the lower side of the Apple’s iPod shuffle player.
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Apple iPod shuffle

Hardware Zone
5 October 2006
  • Conclusion: While we applaud Apple's effort in a fresh repackaging of the shuffling mode that has been around for ages, the fundamental product principle behind the iPod shuffle is still after all a digital audio player.
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Overall 5
5.0

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Good Gear Guide.au
29 August 2006
  • Summary: The iPod Shuffle is designed to be minimalist. Its appeal lies in not having to worry about always fiddling with it, and letting it 'take control'. If you prefer to be able to choose what you're listening to, and how it sounds, you would be better served by a different product.
  • Pros: Great sound quality, small and lightweight
  • Cons: Lack of features, no screen, a little fragile
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MP3 Players reviews
27 August 2006
  • Excerpt: For those who are Mac users and want an MP3 player that is made especially for them, the iPod Shuffle is one of the best MP3 players that is available on the market today. One thing that iPod offers its users is simplicity.  On the front of the iPod Shuffle is a easy to use circular control panel.
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Overall 8
8.3

Apple iPod shuffle

PC Pro
16 February 2005
  • Conclusion: Stylish design, easy controls and a good price make the iPod Shuffle highly desirable.
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Overall 9
9.0

iPod Shuffle

Pocket Lint
13 January 2005
  • Pros: Size, design, innovation, price
  • Cons: No screen, no radio
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