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IPod Nano (Music Player): Is It Good?

is the ipod nano really good?

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14 hour playback time from full charge

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IPOD nano,4GB,1000 songs,stores pictures and say 6hrs battery life(not much).End of story.

U can't store videos or shows on it,get this only an IPOD video and for buying videos(guys u sulk,poo i cant imagine buying i get this poo for free, just try you ur sense on them)

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Ol' boy, i trip for this Naija pod O, my ipod shuffle is no way near this ipod tera! Let's be proud for once and go out in this way, Naijas in diaspora, the ball is in your court.

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you dont have to buy all videos you can download or rip from a cd and convert the file. to work with ipod video

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$1.99 for a 30 minute show is not too expensive, really.

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the video ones are awesome

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get a ipod video then innit.

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i dont recomend ipod nano at all, the amount of songs it holds for that amount is not wort it, its better to get the ipod video

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cool but i dont need one

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Yes. On www.amazon.com and www.ebay.com

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fair enough but you can choose if you want 2nd hand or new. plus u can see pictures and view the persons feedback and comments by previous buyers so u kno if ur getting a decent deal or not. check it out.

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but you dont know if they are good online

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check out ebay coz u can buy them dead cheap. i think it is i wish i brought more room!

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Yeah holds about 420 songs,connect it to ur car and its a wrap.

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Here are some links:

- http://arstechnica.com/reviews/hardware/nano.ars (review)

- http://www.apple.com/ipodnano/ (official)

- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPod_nano (reference)

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Oh well in general, Ipod sucks, my reasons, short battery life, hard drive failure, ipod shuffle/nano- capacity is small.

Its kind of sickening to walk into bestbuy or circuitcity and see separate sections for Ipod and mp3.

If you are looking to get an mp3 player, take into consideration flash based device. I know there are ipods that are flash based the battery life is too short. I have being tru 3 generations of ipods all gave me problems then i switched to sony. I use a sony E507, size wise = a pack of hollywood chewing gums. built-in FM tuner, 45+ hrs of battery life, 1GB capacity. With the FM tuner you really don't need that much space. The downside, proprietary software, music format, it converts your mp3 into atrac when transferring. else is fabuloso.

good luck on your mp3 hunt, personally regardless of either nano, shuffle, normal ipods, you can get better value for your money when buying mp3 player. ask others about what they use and problems associated with the devices.

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