Linked by Eugenia Loli on Thu 2nd Apr 2009 11:45 UTC
Apple, home of cheap iPods, sent us in the 4th Gen Apple iPod Nano to take it for a spin. Let's see how it stacks up against the 1st generation Nano that we also happen to have available in our lab, and the iPod Touch.
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by Fergy on Sat 4th Apr 2009 05:56 UTC
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This review needs to be called: "Why I think the ipod nano is the best mp3 player" If you would read this without any knowledge you would think that this is the best mp3 player ever made.
No ogg/vorbis or flac support. 22 hours is normal and nothing special. The special apple usb connector means you need special cables for loading music and for charging. A stable mp3player is also nothing special and is normal for any mp3player. iTunes is far from the best music manager and not easier for most people than drag n drop(they have been doing that for 15years). iTunes also means that every computer that you connect it to needs to have iTunes to get music from it.

Does the job, and it does it better than any other player in its category. Highly recommended if you already don't own an iPod, or you don't need a lot of storage.

In its price category there are a lot of mp3players that I would call better. Highly recommended if you are looking for a small ipod with a screen.

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