Think Thin: New iPod 4GB Nano

The new Apple iPod Nano redefines thinness in a portable music player. Thinner than a #2 pencil but holding up to 1,000 songs (4GB model) for $249 — or up to 500 on the 2GB model for $199 — it’s the next new thing from the design wizards at Apple. And according to Steve Jobs, the iPod Nano is the biggest revolution since the original iPod.

the iPod Nano is a technological knockout that’s just 3.5″ high x 1.6″ wide x 0.3″ deep, weighs only 1.5 ounces, features flash memory, displays up to 25,000 photos, is compatible with most iPod accessories, and also features goodies like a stopwatch, a lap timer, and a weird combination screen lock.

This is the iPod for those of you who truly love your iTunes. The Apple iPod Nano Web Page says it “holds up to three days’ worth of music” — and can “play for up to 14 hours between battery charges.” It even displays the color album of the song you’re listening to.

So if you want to be in, think thin.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on September 13, 2005 in Travel

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