|Apple iPod shuffle 2nd Generation Orange (1 GB)|
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|The Apple iPod is a line of portable media players from Apple, Inc. The Apple iPod product line consists of the iPod classic, the touchscreen iPod touch, the iPod Nano and the ultra-compact iPod shuffle. Although the Apple iPod shuffle 2nd Generation (1 GB) comes in a small package, 1.62 inches by 1.07 inches by 0.41 inches, respectively, and weighs approximately half an ounce, it still holds a lot of music, and you can count on your Shuffle to keep on playing for up to 12 continuous hours. This iPod has a battery indicator light features of three levels. These levels are green when full, amber when low, and red when empty. Use iTunes to import your CDs, shop for songs on the iTunes Store, and then sync them to your Apple iPod Shuffle. Thanks to the sturdy, built-in clip, this portable MP3 player goes with just about any outfit. The Apple iPod shuffle 2nd Generation (1 GB) pays respect to its bigger siblings with a thumb-friendly, circular control pad--click the center button to play and pause, and click the outer buttons to move back, skip forward, and adjust the volume. The headphone jack on the Apple iPod Shuffle does double-duty as a dock connector. Flip this portable MP3 player upside-down and drop it into the included dock, then connect the dock to a Mac or Windows PC via the USB for a quick sync and charge. The Apple iPod shuffle 2nd Generation (1 GB) can also be charged with the optional USB adapter.|
|Model||iPod shuffle 2nd Generation Orange (1 GB)|
|UPC||0885909162666, 0885909162826, 492411265510, 885909164325|
|Storage Capacity||1 GB|
|Audio Supported Formats||AAC, AIFF, Audible, MP3, MP3 VBR, WAV|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 12 Hours|
|Audio / Video Capabilities|
|MP3 Bit-Rate||8 kbps - 320 kbps|
|Supported Power Supply||Internal Battery, Rechargeable via USB cable|
|Battery Type||Lithium-Ion Polymer battery, Rechargeable Li-ion Polymer, Rechargeable Lithium Battery|
|Storage Type||Built-in Memory, Replaceable USB Flash Drive|
|Number Of Songs||250|
|Frequency Response||20-20000 Hz|
"The competitively priced iPod Shuffle has a dead-simple user interface with satisfying tactile controls, and its integrated belt clip provides a handy way to keep track of the player. The Shuffle is available in five, metallic colors, and the package includes a cute little syncing cradle."
"The iPod Shuffle has no screen, so there's no way to navigate easily among artists, albums, or playlists. And it only offers so-so sound quality. The player might be too small for some users, and nonstandard USB syncing takes away from its plug-and-go appeal."
"If you like your music playback simple and your device nearly invisible, the second-generation iPod Shuffle will suit you well. But absentminded users should steer clear of this easy-to-misplace player."
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I love the 2nd Gen IPOD shuffle. These things are indestructible. Lets put it this way I have washed and dried my old one twice. It fell off of my motorcycle jacket going 35 MPH. My friend's always say if a device can last a year with me then it is darned good device because I am hard on electronics.
I usually only have to charge once a week. That is with daily driving on the bike. I love that it clips to my jacket right next to my helmet and integrated speakers. The buttons are easy to use even with gloves on while riding. I can't look down while riding so this is a plus to me. There is no way I would get a 3rd gen due to the fact of it not working with my helmet speakers.
Of course I managed to lose to of these babies on day! I didn't see the one fall off of my jacket and the zipper on my tank bag wasn't zipped. Needless to say these little boogers can be easy to lose. I am hopefully getting one off of here in the next few days. I hate having to plug an extender into my helmet and then having to listen to whatever I can on my IPOD color. Plus, I'm scared to death of dropping it off the bike.
If you can grab one of these babies get one!
i hae purched 2 ipod nanos love them . and two ipos shuffles 2 nd gen. the shuffle holds a ton of songs at least 250, maby more, they are indestructable
perfect for my 5 year old grandson and my 26 year old daughter , you sync with your itunes library and play lists . you hear the song you love period and unlike cd's no skipping crappy songs cause ther are none ublike radio no endless top 10 dj;s talking and commercials , the shuffle is light weight and clips anyware great loud sound perfect.
While this is the older (obsolete) model from iPod, I believe it is among the finest. Its beauty is in its simplicity. I purchased my original iPod to use when I go running. The large circular button is easy to find without having to stop and look at your iPod to control its features. Additionally, the built in clip holds it firmly to either your shirt or shorts. Once you memorize the position of the buttons, you can easily FF or REV and song you like or don't like with one click. I have since purchased additional units for family and friends who work out. Its so light weight, you hardly know its there. Too bad the changed the model, this one still has its niche.
Small, good capacity and long battery life. Controls are simple and the device is quite durable. Clip it to a shirt collar and go. It's perfect for the traveler.
I can't figure what Ipod were thinking when they removed the control of the device FROM the device. The ONLY reason I can imagine is plain greed. Proprietary control of earbud sales? A certain way to drop sales of what USED to be a marvelous music player.
This device plays mp3s, looks purple, holds 1 GB of data, shuffles songs, and has the Apple logo on it. Basically, everything that you would expect from a purple Apple 1GB mp3 player called a Shuffle. My only complaint is that it is tied to iTunes without extra work on my part (I can put music on it in Linux, but it's hardly an advertised feature.) Since this device never claimed to not be tied to iTunes, I give it an excellent rating.
We bought this one because with Apple, things seem to tend to work as advertised. Sure, you pay extra for the cute little apple on it, but we bought another manufacturer's mp3 player before, and things did not work as well.