iPod Nano


Remember the fan-made iWatch concept from a few months back? Well, thanks to an official Apple accessory, the new iPod Nano can be transformed into a real-life iWatch, perfect for keeping time, enjoying videos, and more. Click here for first picture in gallery. Continue reading to watch the new iPod Nano commercial.

Sure, battery life will be a problem when you leave that screen on the whole time, but you could just act like it’s an LED watch and it’s nighttime by hitting the button to see the time.

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The new touchscreen iPod Nano was shown by Steve Jobs at the Apple press conference today. Unlike its predecessors, this model’s “controls for playing, pausing and selecting music are right on the screen; it will cost $149 (8GB) and $179 (16GB).” Hands-on video after the break. Click here for more pictures.

The screen is crisp and top menu navigation is smooth, but can’t say we have great feel for moving back out of sub menus (via swipe or holding down the screen).

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In this MacWorld faceoff, a batch of “pocket camcorders go head-to-head: the Flip Mino, Kodak Zi8, Apple iPhone 3GS, and Apple iPod Nano.” Continue reading to just how good or bad the iPod Nano’s camera is.

Apple products are all about fun, convenience, and simplicity, and the addition of a video camera on a device of this size will be a draw for many people.

[via MacWorld]

Now that you’ve seen the new iPod Nano specs, here is a gallery of images and some footage shot with the player. The new camera lets you “shoot high-quality video in portrait or landscape – perfect for posting on the web or emailing friends.” Videos after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Apple has unveiled an all-new iPod Nano. Available in 8GB ($149) or 16GB ($179) models, this player features a 2.2-inch display, camera, speaker, microphone, integrated pedometer, and FM radio. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Oh, and oddly enough, the iPod nano is officially the only dedicated iPod with a camera, leaving the iPod touch — and every human on the planet — scratching their head in confusion.

[via Engadget]

Though it may look like a concept, this render was created “using details from a source they [iLounge] say ‘has a perfect track record for accuracy.'” Upgrades include an integrated camera and wider screen (1.5:1).

Kind of exciting from the angle of putting a camera in every single pocket, even if thinking about the lens in that thing makes our eyeballs ache.

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Currently at $751 on eBay, this iPod Nano is autographed by former US president Bill Clinton and loaded with 10 of his favorite songs. Plus, you’ll also get a $25 iTunes gift certificate, in addition to the pre-loaded songs. Auction page.

Bill Clinton’s Playlist: 1. Brown Eyed Girl (Van Morrison); 2. I Get Along Without You Very Well (Carly Simon); 3. Bahia (Stan Getz with Charlie Byrd); 4. Bridge Over Troubled Water (Simon & Garfunkel)

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