iPod nano 4G – back to tall and slim and now in 16GB size

Thank you Apple for bringing the iPod nano back in its very cool, tall, thin, original incarnation. Not only that, but for adding some bright, rad colors (9 total). Oh yes, it now comes in 8 and 16GB versions. So what else is new? For starters, it has a feature called Genius which auto-creates playlists based on what songs ‘go together’. It’s an algorithm developed by Apple. The other notable feature is the built-in accelerometer which allows you to shuffle the songs when you shake it!

The screen on this new nano is a bit larger and you can view your cover art in landscape mode (yes, automatically), as well as in Cover Flow (the moving album covers feature). And back to the accelerometer: this means that you can now play games based on tilting and rotation. To that ends, one of the built-in games is Maze; I’ll let you guess what that’s about.

Apple is also touting this as the ‘greenest’ nano as they’ve stripped most of the hazardous chemicals and plastics out of it. Kudos on that move Apple.


Price: $149 for 8GB, $199 for 16GB model.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)

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  1. My husband and I are planning to give this iPod Nano 4G to out daughter as a birthday gift. The colors are fun and cool and the memory is almost endless especially the 16GB version. It’s actually my gift to her but my husband is going to get this EGO iPod Waterproof Sound Case by Atlantic which he found at http://www.pressdigital.com.au/. This sound case is an iPod speaker system that is portable so she can bring this whenever we go swimming or on some other family outing which we are fond of. What’s great about this sound case is that it can also serve as protection for the iPod Nano since it is waterproof, shatter-proof and spill-proof.

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