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Rock your musical world with the 5G iPod nano that has a storage capacity of 8GB, allowing you to store over 2000 songs, 7000 photos, and 8 hours of video. When fully charged,...Read more
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The newest iPod Nano is incontrovertibly a step up from last year's model, crammed with new features including a video camera. But can the Nano stay the same cool little playe...Read more
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This is a great little gadget which lives up to hype surrounding Apple products. The interface is very user friendly, albeit slightly cumbersome for those of us with larger th...Read more

Apple iPod nano 5th Generation Yellow (8 GB)

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Rock your musical world with the 5G iPod nano that has a storage capacity of 8GB, allowing you to store over 2000 songs, 7000 photos, and 8 hours of video. When fully charged, this dynamic red 8GB iPod nano allows a playback time of 24 hours for music and 5 hours for videos. Compatible with both Microsoft and Apple operating systems, the 5G iPod nano is small, sleek and ideal to carry around.

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BrandApple
ModeliPod nano 5th Generation Yellow (8 GB)
MPN MC043LL/A
EAN885909307388

Key Features
Storage Capacity8 GB
Audio Supported FormatsAAC, AAC-LC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, Audible, MP3, MP3 VBR, WAV
Video Supported FormatsH.264, M4V, MP4, MPEG-4, Mov
Battery Run Time24 Hours

Audio / Video Capabilities
MP3 Bit-Rate8 kbps - 320 kbps
Max Video Resolution240 x 376
Screen Size2.2 Inch

Dimensions
Width3.81 cm
Depth0.60 cm
Height9.14 cm
Weight36.28 gm

Connectivity
OutputsHeadphone Jack
InterfacesUSB 2.0

Miscellaneous
Additional FeaturesCamera, Equalizer Controls, FM Stereo Tuner, Pedometer, Video Recorder
Power SourceInternal Battery
Battery TypeRechargeable Li-ion Battery
Number Of Songs2000
Frequency Response20-20000 Hz

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Created: 21/09/10
The newest iPod Nano is incontrovertibly a step up from last year's model, crammed with new features including a video camera. But can the Nano stay the same cool little player while simultaneously invading the Flip-cam market?

This new Nano—the 5th generation—comes in the same 8GB/16GB sizes as the last one (and the one before that, actually), though it costs slightly less than the original price of the 4th generation Nano (which was $150/$200). The $20 price drop is nice, but we'd have preferred a capacity bump with the same price. Correction: This section originally compared the 5G Nano's price to the very recently discounted 4G Nano's price( $130/$150)—but as that price was only in effect for a couple days, it's more accurate to compare the 5G price to the 4G's launch price. Sorry for the confusion.
Body

The new Nano has the same body as the 4th generation, but there are definite changes afoot. The screen takes a bump from 2 inches to 2.2 inches—a jump that may sound tiny but is surprisingly substantial. If you're used to the old 2-inch screen you'll definitely notice and appreciate the extra space for navigation. The resolution goes from 240x320 to the oddball 240x376. Though wider when viewed lengthwise, the new screen still isn't 16x9; even widescreen videos will be slightly letterboxed due to the unconventional size. Aside from the added real estate, it's also noticeably brighter and sharper than the previous model. It may still be too small to watch a two-hour movie on, but it's a pleasure to use for everything else, including shorter video clips.

Unfortunately, that larger screen comes with a caveat: The click wheel is even smaller than earlier Nanos. If you found the previous Nano's click wheel slightly thinner and harder to hit than you prefer, this will be even worse. If you had no problems before, then the slight decrease in size shouldn't affect you much. I personally found it too small, and my thumb sometimes hit the area around the controls instead of the control itself. This is especially true when the Nano is docked.

The anodized aluminum finish is also a little different—there's an added step in the process that makes it shinier and brighter than the previous generation's comparatively subdued matte finish. Oddly enough, it actually feels slightly lighter than the last model, though no less solid—this is an extremely durable player. It doesn't bend under pressure from any angle and a nerve-wracking fall onto a hardwood floor had no adverse effects. However, I found that sharp metal objects like keys will leave scratches, while the previous matte Nano showed no scratches under similar abuse. One bit of bad news: People who hated the sharp corners of the last Nano will have to put up with them for at least another year.
Features

Did I mention Apple crammed a bunch of new features into the iPod Nano 5G? And that the most notable—and most thoroughly leaked—is a video camera? Here's the rundown:

iPod Nano Review


Video Camera
The big selling point of this Nano is that the video camera theoretically puts it in a position to compete with the Flip, Creative's Vado, and Kodak's Zi6 and Zi8. Steve Jobs said so himself. But is it true? Well, yes—and no.

Like the Flip-class cameras, there's no optical zoom, and it can't take still shots (very few of these new camcorders can). Also, there's no on-device editing, just the option to delete what you shot. It too has video output, but only if you buy the r
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A great quality little gadget

Created: 27/07/10
This is a great little gadget which lives up to hype surrounding Apple products. The interface is very user friendly, albeit slightly cumbersome for those of us with larger than average digits; that said it is still possible to navigate the turn-wheel and operate the device. The image is clear, the sound of a high quality.
The main draw to this particular version of the device was the Genesis Mix function. Maybe I had missread the promotional information concerning this feature, but I was expecting a piece of software which would mix tracks together ala mash-up style and provide one long continuous track, ideal for those long exercise sessions. The software does not do this. Instead it prodices a playlist based around a track of your choosing. The feature is lovely and the tracks that are selected do compliment one another well. The playlist operates in the standard playlist fashion playing one track after another, rather than one long mega-mix from your library. Perhaps Genesis Playlist would have been a better name; but alas this is but a minor complaint for an otherwise great product.
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Apple iPod Nano 5th Gen. Review

Created: 25/07/10
I thought to myself that I needed something to play my music on when I'm out and about. I decided to choose the Nano and I think I made the right choice. It has enough memory for my music collection as it can hold 4000 songs along with video and you can even film using the little camera. The camera isn't great quality but it's better than nothing. The Nano is easy to use and has many other features including games, pedometer, films, notes, voice memos, voice over to tell you what song you're listening to and more. It is worth the money and I can't really say anything I dislike about it. If you are a music fan then this is a must buy. And I would recommend the iPod Classic if you have more than 4000 songs in your music collection.
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Great screen and does everything well.

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Created: 13/10/11
Small compact and does everything I needed it to do. Plays movies audio and games for my traveling on planes.

Great built in FM radio you can pause and rewind.

Battery life could be better as it will only last 3 hrs if playing a movie.Sound could be a bit louder, but then I could be deaf :-)

Wish it was a camrea and not a video as it has less use for me.

All in it is a great portable unit.

I-tune is easy used and works well. Shame you cannot link more than one Ipod, this is the stupidity of Apple. the must think we all have a PC just for an Ipod. Not to mention why did Apple make the 6th generation???

The 5th was far better in all ways.
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Very good compact mp3/video player fun to use

Created: 10/06/10
The iPod nano 5th gen is an mp3 player that is fun to use.
Even little features make it fun, like the automatic cover flow that pops up when you turn the iPod to either side or the shuffle feature that is activated by you shaking the iPod.

Music is clear and full, videos are good quality (when converted correctly) the games are good, particularly the maze game which makes use of the iPod's accelerometers. You tilt the iPod to roll a ball around a maze.

Photos look good on the screen (which is larger than the 4th gen nano).
It even has a built in speaker behind the click wheel and yes you can play your music music though it.

The FM radio proves useful, you can even tag songs that youre listening to live and next time you sync your iPod with your pc, iTunes will tell you the name of the full track and link you to the download page.

Of course you could always just listen to music with it!

The only fault I can find with it was that once youve become accustomed to using an iPod, you cant use anything less!
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