Good sound quality100% agree
Easy to use100% agree
Long battery life80% agree
I have several IPods nanos. Really like the convenience and capacity of this product. I don't ever use the camera on here. But for music and space this works great!
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Serves the purpose!
Nano's have awful batteries. Fortunately, mine stays plugged into my car and never really discharges or charges! It got warm on the first charge, but now seems OK.
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Love my nano!!
Was perfect to take on my cruise when you can't connect to internet....well, you can, but very expensive. I loved it and was very happy with my purchase. Charged it before leaving home and it lasted for the cruiseRead full review...
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Great price for a used ipod 4th generation in the auction I won
I purchased an ipod nano 4th generation after having a good experience with the ipod 2nd generation. I wanted to be able to have the larger screen and see the videos which I down load from itunes. It was easy to download a video of Abba which I always wanted to have of their gold album. I can now view the video while I am on the airplane or riding in the back seat of my friend's car on a long drive. It has great sound and picture quality. Ebay made the price of a used ipod 4th generation affordable which I especially liked since I did not want to pay full price for a new ipod. I like to think I am helping to recycle.Read full review...
The 4th Gen Nano deos it right!
The 4th generation Nano, Available in capacities of 8GB, and 16GB (priced at $149 & $199 respectively) these have a scratch-resistant aluminum body and are now slimmer than ever. The unit has new rounded, contour edges that make it feel thinner than it is and feel right in your hand. The new line-up comes in a whole array of colors to match the rainbow, and to match your personality as well.
The 4th Generation Nano has completely redesigned the Nano over the 3rd generation “Fat”, and it feels like it is different on the sides when you hold it comparatively to the older generations. Stepping back to the 1st and 2nd generation designs, it takes the good of the style of the 2nd gen, along with the advancements in the “Fat” 3rd generation versions, and creates a winning design. This design is a lot thinner than it was, yet retains the 2-inch screen, though it is millimeters thinner. The new screen saves the room for viewing your tracks and playing games, but the genius comes in the flipping of the screen.
The screen with this change, still has a 2-inch viewing area, which makes it very easy to use, browse and watch. When view movies, shows, podcasts with the new Nano, the Nano should be flipped to a “widescreen” view, in which the new accelerometer changes the landscape and viewing of this device. This new Nano still has a long battery life. Apple claims that it will last 36 hours, but I was able to get just over 32 hours of playtime – which is nice… real nice. The video experience was just over 6 hours – as advertised.
Another thing about the accelerometer. The accelerometer also enables 'shake to shuffle', where a flick of the wrist will choose a random song. This feels like it has been done right. It also allows easy use of the coverflow system, which runs much smoother this time around.
The new music search functions (Genius), the brighter screen,, sound quality, smoother ease and use of coverflow, and continued games support give the new iPod added flare. The addition of voice notes won't make a difference to most people, as you'll need to buy some extra headphones with a microphone built in – but it is nice to know that it is there if you do.
The addition of Genius, an automatic playlist generator, is going to be a massive hit with iPod fans. Genius will be massive, because it will - if it works as advertised - unlock the potential of your iPod library and help keep parties jumping or evenings chilled. It will also allow Apple to recommend tracks to you by your listening tastes as well.
As a fan small MP3 players, and of the past Nano line-ups, I love this design. I really do. I think the all aluminum casing is the way to go, and I am happy again that it is all around the unit. Should you replace your old 8GB Nano (3rd Generation) with the new one? If you really want accelerometer video abilities and Genius, I would say yes. Regardless if you upgrade, or decided to wait it out, I highly recommended this device to Apple lovers and new MP3 enthusiasts alike.
-Brighter, crisper viewing screen
-Aluminum scratch-resistant casing all around the body
-Amazing battery-life: 30+ hours plus (6+ with video)!
-Search features, cover flow, album art, Genius
-Accelerometer for video viewing and song shuffling
-Genius song selection
-LOTS of new colors to choose from
-Games via iTunes
-Still no built in FM tuner
-Limited space when it comes to video & gamesRead full review...
Apple Ipod nano Chromatic
I've been through ipods, iphones and finally settled with the new Ipod Nano Chromatic 16 gb. First, it's thin so it fits in a bag, wristlet, pocket etc. It's longer than the third generation which I previously had. This one definitely is better in your hands and you won't feel like you are going to drop or lose it. The sound quality is the same as all the other ipods. I give apple a plus for making the nano a 16gb for the first time. Video viewing and graphic quality is an A. It has the new shake feature where you can shake your way through different songs from different playlists. That is good when you are driving a car and don't want to look down at the ipod. Just shake and it's a new song. I've had it for a couple of weeks now. Will update if I find anythig else about it. Hope this helps.Read full review...
Nano 16GB is recommended
I have a shuffle too and I like the Nano much better. It is easier to tell what playlists you're putting on to play because you can choose it on the screen. However, the pad doesn't always work the best and can either be touchy or difficult to operate. I would still recommend this product for purchase - above all else the iTunes program that you have to download (free) to load music onto your ipod players rocks! It is the best music player I've used in the 10+ years that I've been using electronic music players.Read full review...
Great for teens!!
Because of the small size and larger memory, this makes a great choice for teens. It easily slips out of the back pocket, to be shared when showing off the newest music video. I purchased it because my teen thought the IPOD classic was too big for her to tuck away. It has met her expectations!!Read full review...
Love this Little ipod
The 4th Gen iPod nanos are still the best little mp3 players around. Excellent size for holding/viewing. They play video, music, check your calendar & contacts.Great! Apple should reconsider these and put them back on the assembly line.Read full review...
Great rugged MP3...
I have an iPod touch which I have to baby due to the glass front. The iPod Nano however has a mostly metal body with a thick small glass screen. Slap on a protective silicon cover and the Nano makes a great companion for the gym. It's small and will fit in the palm of your hand so it stays out of the way.
Viewing movies, mp3's, and photos is a breeze.
The only complaint I have about the Nano is that shaking the unit to "shuffle" the song does not work all the time.Read full review...