Ipod Nano – Apple iPod nano 2 GB Silver 2nd Generation Discontinued by

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Apple iPod nano 2 GB Silver (2nd Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Apple iPod nano 2 GB Silver (2nd Generation)  (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • 2 GB Storage Capacity (Estimated Free Space 1.8 GB) for 500 songs and thousands of photos.
  • Download songs, podcasts, and audiobooks from the iTunes Store
  • Large, 1.5-inch colouration pass is 40-percent brighter
  • Customize menus, analyse capacity, modify language, and more from the Nano’s Settings menu
  • Measures 1.6 x 3.5 x 0.26 inches (WxHxD) and weighs 1.41 ounces

A thinner design, smart colors, a brighter display, hours of shelling life–just most the exclusive abstract that hasn’t denaturized on the touch-8gb/tag/apple/” title=”View every articles most Apple here”>Apple 2 GB touch-8gb/tag/ipod/” title=”View every articles most iPod here”>iPod Nano is the name. Your penalization says a aggregation most you, and so should your Nano. The super-slim design–0.26-inches anorectic and a reddened 1.41 ounces–says you ever hit shack for music, 500 songs, in fact. Durable anodized metal says you won’t permit the wrinkled and savvy of routine chronicle smash your groove. And the captivating colours says some you want.

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  1. 39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’m sold on the 2nd Gen., November 28, 2006
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    Arr Jay Radler
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    This review is from: Apple iPod nano 2 GB Silver (2nd Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)
    I used to have the ipod shuffle but was frustrated that I couldn’t dictate which songs to play. The nano is the perfect solution; I can play by specific song, artist, specific artist’s albums, playlist (music folder I create), or genre. This ipod gives me the flexibility I want! Although I mostly just play music, the stopwatch feature has come in handy a few times. I haven’t tried downloading games or anything else, though.

    I recently went on a 24-hour road trip. I used my ipod the whole trip, and I still had battery life when I got home. The thing is very intuitive, which was nice trying to choose a song while driving at night on strange roads. I’ve heard people complain that it is too simple, but who wants to spend a lot of time surfing the thing when all you want is to play music NOW! The backlight was REALLY bright at night, but I like that I can determine how long the light stays on after I’m done (10 second, 5 or less after last touch).

    Negatives: The earbuds are just OK but not bad enough to make me buy new ones. I would love to reorder the thing so I could get the 4 GB instead of just 2; I have A LOT of songs I want to put on it, and the 2 GB is just a little bit under what I need. There is no carrying case or anything, so you have to put it in your sweatshirt or whatever while transporting the thing. By doing this, you can accidentally increase the volume or change songs. However, I think you can lock the controls to avoid this. My shuffle has a lanyard, which is nice.

    I researched mp3 players in depth, and the nano sounded like the player with the least problems (in this price range). I’m glad to know that I made the right buy.

    I wrote extensively here because I truly benefitted from other people doing the same.

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  2. 55 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    first MP3 player-old dog/new tricks, January 27, 2007
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    Amazon Customer (cleveland, oh) –
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    This review is from: Apple iPod nano 2 GB Silver (2nd Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Electronics)
    I am 48 years old and have never owned an MP3 player before. Prior to this, I saw the MP3 player as one of those gadgets that teenagers were always fiddling with. I finally learned that with an MP3 player I could just buy the songs I wanted and not the whole CD, so that is why I decided to look into them. I could not care less about “brand names” and did not have any preference towards any of the players as I knew nothing about them. I was looking at Zune, Ipod, and creative (the three main ones that I could find) and did a lot of reading up on of them before I bought the Nano. All three sounded good and it was a tough choice. In the end, I bought the Nano because:

    1. I did not like the sound of the $15 dollar “rental” fee that Microsoft charges for the Zune. If you want a song permanently, you have to buy it in addition to the rental fee. I don’t like the sound of the points system, either.
    2. Ipods come different models and sizes. The Nano was the size and price that best suited my buget.
    3. Ipod Itunes has more music than the others, and music is my main use.
    4. I already had a satellite radio boombox that also doubled as an Ipod player, saving me the expensive of buying an additional player for one of the other MP3’s.
    5. The Creative was harder to find in my area.

    I just began using the Nano today and am thrilled with the purchase. I bought a prepaid music card and used it immediately. I had no trouble at all with installing software, purchasing, or downloading the music. The Ipod sceen is somewhat small, but easy to see and navigate. The click wheel is also nice, a little hard to get used to, but very fast. There is a “hold” button that you can use to prevent the device from accidently turning on. There is a clock and calender included. I cannot believe something this fun comes in such a small package!! (But I guess that applies to all MP3’s) I wish these were around 30 years ago! I am now a older person fiddling with a gadget.

    I found the Apple web site to be very helpful with tutorials etc. The information included with the Nano was not very helpful. I also bought the Ipod and Itunes for Dummies book and have been very pleased with it.

    I can see myself buying another in the future, but will also still consider Zune if I want to upgrade.

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