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Reviews of Apple iPod Nano 2G 2GB / 4GB / 8GB

Testseek.co.uk have collected 75 expert reviews of the Apple iPod Nano 2G 2GB / 4GB / 8GB and the average rating is 87%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Apple iPod Nano 2G 2GB / 4GB / 8GB.
Award: Editor’s Choice April 2008
April 2008
 
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The editors liked

  • Good battery life
  • Simplicity to use
  • Bright screen
  • Solid battery life
  • Alphanumeric overlay browsing feature
  • Support for voice memos
  • Rugged exterior
  • Bright colours
  • Improved centre button “feel”
  • Stylish. 24-hour battery life. Robust design.
  • Forget everything you’ve heard about Apple being a brand reserved for superstar software developers and overpaid ad execs – here’s a rock-solid bargain to please all ears. Sound quality is (nearly) up to its bigger brethren and the Shuff...
  • Scratch-resistant aluminium body
  • Variety of bright and shiny colours
  • Superslender but more durable
  • Supports photos with thumbnail grid and album art
  • Great sound quality

The editors didn't like

  • Restrictive iTunes software
  • It just plays music
  • Earbuds won’t fit everyone
  • Text search can be tedious
  • Takes longer to sync than previous nano
  • No video. No Windows Media support.
  • Despite shock-proof playback
  • Apple’s white earbuds leap from your ears at the slightest hint of motion – annoying considering everything else about the Shuffle is geared up to complement a vigorous workout. They sound pretty dire
  • Too
  • So swa...
  • Still doesnt play video
  • No built-in FM tuner or recording capability
  • Not all colour options are available for all sizes

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  Published: 2008-09-16, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • Forget everything you’ve heard about Apple being a brand reserved for superstar software developers and overpaid ad execs – here’s a rock-solid bargain to please all ears. Sound quality is (nearly) up to its bigger brethren and the Shuff...
  • Despite shock-proof playback, Apple’s white earbuds leap from your ears at the slightest hint of motion – annoying considering everything else about the Shuffle is geared up to complement a vigorous workout. They sound pretty dire, too, so swa...
  • The ever-so shiny Shuffle sings loud and proud from its tiny aluminium shell. Count your pennies – this is the best mini music player pocket-money can buy.Best offers for the Apple iPod ShuffleHouse of Fraser £45.99 Laskys £46.00 Micro Anv...

 
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  Published: 2008-04-17, review by: avreview.co.uk

  • Abstract:  t includes the latest update of iTunes which has an enhanced search function (at the bottom of the music menu) that allows you to search for tracks or artists beginning with a certain letter or letters. It\'s not the cheapest at £129 for this 4GB version...

 
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  Published: 2007-01-04, Author: Christopher , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Bright screen, solid battery life, alphanumeric overlay browsing feature, support for voice memos, rugged exterior, bright colours, improved centre button “feel”
  • Earbuds won’t fit everyone, text search can be tedious, takes longer to sync than previous nano
  • The second-generation iPod nano is both a welcome step back to the more colourful (and scratch-resistant) days of the iPod mini and a moderate step forward in functionality. This middle-child iPod now feels and looks great with its rugged aluminium fi...

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  Published: 2006-11-16, review by: stuff.tv

  • Stylish. 24-hour battery life. Robust design.
  • No video. No Windows Media support.
  • Not the most feature-rich Flash MP3 player, but still the sexiest – and the second-generation Nano addresses all the weaknesses of its predecessor. ...

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  Published: 2006-11-09, review by: avreview.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Flash MP3 players, the kind that use no-moving-parts Flash-based memory rather than a hard disk drive, used to be the poor cousins of MP3 royalty like Apples iPod, with enough space for just a few albums and often quite cheap and tacky build quality. ...

 
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  Published: 2006-11-03, review by: itreviews.com

  • Abstract:  redesigned, well-priced music player: When Apple refreshed its product range in September the iPod Nano got a significant makeover. It still uses flash memory, rather than a mini hard drive, but its gained some of the curves of the iPod ...

 
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  Published: 2006-11-01, review by: techradar.com

  • Good battery life, Simplicity to use
  • Restrictive iTunes software, It just plays music
  • The baby iPod is style over substance incarnate. Thats not necessarily as bad as it sounds: to a lot of people, what their player looks like is genuinely important, as is feeling like theyve got something that seems worth the money they spent on it. ...

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  Published: 2006-10-26, review by: techadvisor.co.uk

  • The second-generation nano feels and looks great, with a rugged aluminium finish and bright display. Add the vastly improved battery, high-quality recording and search functions, and youve found this Christmass must-have purchase. Christopher Breen ...

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  Published: 2006-10-01, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Apple has done the nigh on impossible and made the iPod Nano even better. If you lamented the loss of the old metal-clad iPod Mini and werent tempted by the scratch-magnet Nano that Apple replaced it with, the new model may be just what youre looki...

 
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  Published: 2006-10-01, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Just when you thought Apple had abandoned colour altogether in favour of pure black and white, along comes the second-generation iPod nano in anodised aluminium, sporting the same bright colours that made the iPod mini a hit.

 
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