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|Enjoy your favorite music with the iPod nano 5th Generation digital media player that offers up to 24 hours of music playback. The huge storage capacity of this Apple iPod lets you store up to two thousand songs, seven thousand images or eight hours of video recording. Conveniently shoot your entire birthday party with the integrated camera of this digital media player that lets you continuously record up to five hours of video. The iPod nano 5th Generation has a 2.2-inch display screen that offers a clear view of your images, videos and menu. With a built-in FM radio, this Apple iPod allows you to listen to your favorite FM broadcast station. You can play AAC, protected AAC, MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible, Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV audio formats on this digital media player.|
|Model||iPod nano 5th Generation|
|MPN||MC031LL/A, MC031QB/A, MC031QG/A, MC031ZP/A|
|Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Audio Supported Formats||AAC, AIFF, Audible, MP3, MP3 VBR, Protected AAC, WAV|
|Video Supported Formats||H.264, MPEG-4|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 24 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|MP3 Bit-Rate||8 kbps - 320 kbps|
|Max Video Resolution||240 x 376|
|Screen Size||2.2 Inch|
|Additional Features||Built-In Digital Camera, Digital Camera, FM Stereo Tuner, FM radio, Pedometer|
|Supported Power Supply||Internal Battery|
|Battery Type||Ion-lithion, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery|
|Storage Type||Built-in Memory|
|Number Of Songs||2000|
|Frequency Response||20-20000 Hz|
"Packed to the gills with new audio-video features such as a video camera, FM radio, voice recording, Genius Mixes, a built-in speaker, and a larger 2.2-inch screen; also gets a pedometer."
The Nano's camera can't shoot photos or HD-quality video and Apple located its lens in the most awkward location imaginable. Storage capacities remain stuck at 8GB and 16GB.
"No other MP3 player on the planet packs more features, from video to a pedometer, into a smaller package than the overachieving Apple iPod Nano."
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of customers recommend this product
I bought the 8GB product red version on the nano 5G. The features it has are perfect for music lovers. It has a built-in speaker so you don't need headphones or a speaker to play music. The camera is good, but haven't yet figured out the viedo modes or how to delete videos. I love the radio with live pause and tagging. And the pedometer is very convenient and handy.
My only trouble with it is that sometimes it flickers on then off if you do a lot at one time or acidently hold the button too long. Can't wait to explore it more.
I use my iPod primarily to listen to audiobooks. I like the jog wheel so that I can easily move forward and back within the book if I miss something. That's why I bought my 1st generation nano. My daughter bought her dad a 2nd gen for father's day one year and he keeps it in an adapter for his stereo or for long trips he takes it in his car. It has lasted a really long time that way. I bought a gen 3 when the gen 1 had been dropped too many times (probably had gotten wet as well). The gen 3 was basically the same for me as the gen one. I didn't use any features other than the ones I already used and games. The new larger screen made it fun to play games. That one's missing somewhere so I bought a gen 4. That one got a dunking somewhere along the way and became more erratic so I bought an iTouch 16gb. I can put days worth of books on there. I could probably drive across country and back without running out of books. It is a great car iPod. But. It is not a great pocket iPod. Because I have my iPod with me all the time, I frequently need to pause my story. The iTouch can only be paused by taking it out of my pocket, pushing the button, swiping my finger and tapping the screen. Not convenient if your phone is ringing at the same time. Moving forward and back in my story I have to use a slider which is probably spectacularly accurate in a 5 min song, but hard to use precisely in an 8 hour book. The iTouch is great for playing games, watching videos, keeping my shopping list and all my PDA functions. When the iPhone becomes available for my carrier I will have no hesitation about getting one, but I won't keep my audiobooks on it. When I found a refurbished Gen 5 Nano (8gb is plenty for me) on eBay for under $90, I grabbed it. And it works just the way my 1st, 3rd and 4th gen nanos did, but this time I'm actually using some of the new features. I like to walk, and I listen to my books when I walk, so I enjoy the pedometer. And I like the radio. I don't listen to the radio much, but my husband is always turning off the car in the middle of something I want to hear, so now I just switch it on to the nano and listen. I did have a moment of fear when suddenly the click wheel didn't work, but I took my mind back before the iTouch and remembered how to reset it and everything was fine again. I did buy a square trade warranty, the price was really great and it gives me peace of mind after my scare that maybe it was too good a deal to be true. I haven't had to use the warranty, but I like knowing I have it. The only downside for me is what seems like a short battery life. It will give me about 12 hours, but I'm used to getting more than that. It's not a deal breaker for me. I just have to remember to charge it more than I'm used to. Or put it on the car adapter when I'm driving and that will take care of everything. Highly recommended if you're looking for a new iPod.
I love everything about this product except that I couldn't keep the music that came on it while syncing my library. This is my favorite model of iPod nano because it has everything. I love all of the features built in speakers, radio, audio and video recorder, pedometer, etc...and the screen size, the sleek shape, the color. I always wanted to upgrade from my 2nd generation nano but felt a little nostalgic about it, until I cracked the screen accidentally and tried to replace it myself avoiding the $79 repair fee. This 5th generation model is even better than the 6th generation one because I like the size of everything on it and the shape is palm adaptive. It feels like an appendage.
The Nano 5th was and is in my opinion the best music player to own. It is small enough for running, listening to at work. The compact size along with all the features, live pause radio, song selection and many more features make it easy to use and just what one needs. The newer 6 is just too small as the Nano 5th does play movies on a relatively decent sized screen. You can play and hear music and movies without the stereo earbuds if you choose, great feature as well. Step counter and much more. I hope that Apple chooses to make this generation again with added features. The 6th is of no comparison to the 5th. Purchased 2 just to have a back up. The Touch is too bulky for those who play music while walking or at work. Most phones have all the capability for email so the Touch is not needed for that.
After enjoying the likes of my 3rd generation ipod nano for several years, I felt it was time to move on. I purchased the 5th generation nano because of the new features such as, FM radio, digital camera and video recording and an extended battery life. I've transferred all my music, downloaded a few new singles and am simply enjoying my new player. It's sleek, it's fun and easy to operate, this iPod is myPod.