Friday, February 1, 2008

Apple Computer iPod nano

When Apple Computer introduced the iPod nano one year ago, it displaced its most resilient, popular, colorful iPod - the iPod mini - with a technologically stunning but easily damaged and more expensive alternative. This week, Apple radically updated the iPod nano, fusing the DNA of its two best mid-range iPod designs into a single excellent package: the second-generation iPod nano ($149-249). Sold in three capacities - 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB - and five initial colors, the new nano eliminates several of the biggest complaints about its predecessor, and will leave iPod buyers with only one major question: which do I want more, a $249 8GB iPod nano or a $249 30GB iPod with video?

As suggested by the photographs above and below, our comprehensive review looks at each of the second-generation iPod nano's colors, capacities, and key performance characteristics in the pop-down sections below. Click on the "Click here for details" markers to see all of our test results, photographs, and opinions, or jump to the conclusions section at the bottom for our final thoughts.we added a new section discussing the 4GB iPod nano (PRODUCT) RED Special Edition, which is now found at the bottom of this review. we updated this section to reflect the subsequent release of the 8GB (PRODUCT) RED nano.

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