Apple iPod nano 5th Generation Purple (16GB)
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About this product
- Product InformationEnjoy your favorite music throughout the day with the iPod nano 5th Generation media player that offers up to 24 hours of music playback time. The huge storage capacity of this Apple iPod allows you to store around 4,000 songs, 14,000 photos or 16 hours of video. Watch those lengthy videos on this digital media player, as it provides up to 5 hours of video playback. 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 lets you pause live songs on FM and tag those songs to iTunes, using the Live Pause and iTunes Tagging features respectively. Play the widest variety of audio formats like AAC, protected AAC, MP3, etc. on this digital media player.
- ModeliPod nano 5th Generation
- Storage Capacity16GB
- Audio Supported FormatsAAC,AIFF,Apple Lossless,Audible,HE-AAC,MP3,MP3 VBR,WAV
- Video Supported FormatsH.264,MPEG-4,Mov
- Battery Run TimeUp to 24 Hours
- Exterior ColorPurple
Audio / Video Capabilities
- MP3 Bit-Rate8 kbps - 320 kbps
- Max Video Resolution240 x 376
- Screen Size2.2 Inch
- Width1.5 Inch
- Depth0.24 Inch
- Height3.6 Inch
- Weight1.28 Oz
- OutputsHeadphone Jack
- InterfacesUSB 2.0
- Additional FeaturesDigital Camera,FM Stereo Tuner,Pedometer,Video Camera,Video Recorder,Voice Recorder
- Supported Power SupplyInternal Battery
- Battery TypeRechargeable Li-ion Battery
- Storage TypeBuilt-in Memory
- Number Of Songs4000
- Frequency Response20-20000 Hz
Most relevant reviews
- davei1Nov 23, 2014by
They should still make this Ipod!!!
I really love this thing...This thing is much better than the current Nano...The only thing I'd like more of is memory but at 16GB I've got 2500 MP3z on it and still have about 3gigs left...I transcoded a Video to an MP4 at the Nano's resolution and it plays fine. I'm not sure why they decided to put the headphone jack on the bottom but it doesn't really matter as I just drop it in my pocket upside down (jack up). You'll want to get a protective case for it to keep it nice looking. Battery life is outstanding and I power a full size over the ear pair of Audio Technica WS-99 headphones with it (Max or near max volume output) and audio is OK...I'm adding an inline amp to beef up the audio some with the full size headphones but on max or near max now it does a good job. There's tons of features in this thing and it shoots nice 640x480 video (Something the current Nano does not do). Only downside to this player is like other Apple players the battery was not designed to be user replaceable. Infact this one not only requires extensive disassembly of the player to get the battery out but also requires you to desolder the old battery and resolder the new one...But there are service places that will replace the battery for you for around 50 to 60 bucks...But the battery should last for years. By the way it appears Apple changed something in this Nano...I didn't use Itunes with my Gen4 Ipod Photo but instead used Sharepod or Anapod software to transfer MP3z...But they don't work correctly with this Gen5 Nano so I had to load the latest Itunes...That works great with the Ipod Nano Gen5 and it seems Apple improved Itunes a lot since the last time I used it which was Itunes 5 which totally hosed my WinXP years ago...But the new version of Itunes works great with the Nano Gen5 and works fine on my Windows 7 PC. Transfer speed is really quite fast as well considering it's USB 2.0. I am happy with my decision to buy the Ipod Nano Gen5 and am pretty sure if you get a good one you'll be happy with it as well...Super small and light weight with an incredible amount of features.Read full review
- tbenn263Feb 01, 2015by
little pricey but a good product and honest presentation
It was exactly what they said it was and in great shape, glad I got it, I use the nano on a daily basis and sorry they made it smaller, I work out twice as long because I listen to books and don't want to stop.
- weaver7627Jan 04, 2012by
Great porduct and got a good deal.
I wanted the 5th Generation Purple (16GB) because of all it's features. I have not tried the video camera function yet, but am looking forward to trying it out. I do wish this unit had maybe a 32GB storage, but I think I can get by with 16GB. I like the unit because it is small, but yet big enough to handle and manuver through the menues. I like the 5th gen much better than the 6th gen because the 6th gen is a lot smaller and has a touch screen. My fingers aren't that small and found it difficult to use. Overall, I am very pleased with my puchase.
- cherokeetrace20...Dec 31, 2012by
Excellent iPod!!!!!!!!! The best, most versatile!
Excellent iPod!!!!!!!!! The best, most versatile! Excellent memory, storage, filing, features, and easy to use.
- balm8641Mar 06, 2011by
Delighted with the 5th generation
I was replacing a 4th generation I-Pod. As a singer (Sweet Adeline) I like the fact that I can record rehearsals. Recording within a large chorus is a challenge, but the recordings are of reasonably good quality for practice purposes. I had been recording on my 4th generation with a "chill pill' microphone, but the sound inside the chorus was very distorted. Sound quality of CD's from my computer are just fine. As a walker, I am looking forward to using the pedometer and I like the FM radio. I'm not sure if I'll use the camera, but it's there if I want it. I don't know why Apple discontinued the 5th generation. To me the 6th generation is useless.