Apple iPod nano 8 GB Silver 3rd Generation OLD MODEL

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Apple iPod nano 8 GB Silver (3rd Generation) OLD MODEL

Apple iPod nano 8 GB Silver (3rd Generation) OLD MODEL

  • Now the world’s most favourite penalization contestant lets you savor up to 5 hours of TV shows, movies, recording podcasts, and more
  • An enhanced programme offers a full newborn artefact to feeding and analyse your penalization and video
  • iPod nano sports a larger, 320-by-240-resolution pass that’s 65 proportionality brighter than before
  • In anodized metal and lustrous unsullied steel, iPod nano is today 6.5 mm anorectic and modify more beautiful
  • Measures 2.75 x 2.06 x 0.26 inches (H x W x D), weighs 1.74 ounces

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  1. 107 of 118 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing, just be careful with Coverflow, September 7, 2007
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    James L. Jensen V
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    So last night I picked up my first Ipod, got a Black 8 GB Nano. Glad I waited for the new “fat” version. A few months back I bought my sister a Nano as a gift so comparing the “slim” Nano to the “fat” video Nano I like the one better, the extra width helps me hold onto the player better.
    My one caution is this: with the new coverflow feature you need to be very careful how you organize your music, spent a fair amount of time last night getting that sorted out. If any of the tag information on any song(s) is off from the rest of the album it will create multiple albums in coverflow, also not having any album art for any music becomes annoying in coverflow. So my advice is; make sure you’re meticulous on how you organize in iTunes. I did notice a few times that the coverflow artwork did take a second to load the image as I was scrolling, but this seems to go away after a few times.
    The “split” screen from the menu that randomly shows some of your album art is very cool, since the half screen can’t show a whole album cover it pans across the album art randomly, the cover that is show is random as well.
    Very cool.
    Last item, some people will rant about how the 8 GB Nano is on $50 bucks less than the 80 GB Classic. Remember its hard drive vs. flash memory, as I tend to be active and move around a lot and plan to use the Nano while at the gym I wanted the stability of flash memory. to me comparing the two is like comparing a dump truck to a sports car, you may want one or the other at a given time so it’s really up to decide what is important, capacity or portability?

     

     


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  2. 335 of 360 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The 8 GB iPod Nano – The Best Small Music And Video Player, September 16, 2007
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    Mark “Technology, Music and Movies” (East Coast) –
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    Apple iPod nano 8 GB Black (3rd Generation)

    This review is for the 8GB iPod Nano. All the reviews for the third generation Nanos have been combined by Amazon. While this unit is very similar to the 4GB iPod Nano Apple 4 GB iPod Nano (3rd Gen) there are enough differences that they each deserve a closer look.

    Choosing Among iPods

    Overall, I would choose the 8 GB iPod Nano over the 4 GB nano and the 8 GB iPod Touch. This unit is priced right, and at only $50 more than the 4 GB unit it’s a no brainer. Those who want to step up should look to the 16 GB Apple iPod Touch 16 GB or 32 GB iPod Touch Apple iPod touch 32 GB. I have been lucky enough to live with all these players, so I hope this helps you decide.

    Hopefully Apple will soon make a 16 GB or even a 32 GB Nano available. Only the iPod Touch currently sports those capacities. Till they offer larger sizes the 8GB is the biggest option. The screen is small, but the regular buttons and click wheel allow easier volume and track changes and better use on the go than the iPod Touch.

    Some may choose to pay an extra $100 more than this to step up to the 8 GB iPod Touch Apple iPod touch 8 GB with Software Upgrade. The extra features of the Touch are awesome. The high overhead of the Touch software gives you 6 to 6.5 GB of useable space out of those 8 GB. That is just not enough to justify the higher price.

    Comparing to Competing Players – Features and Concerns

    The iPod Nano still has less features than most competitive devices. It doesn’t have a built-in FM radio tuner, voice recorder, bluetooth, WMA support, or an expansion slot. More and more users demand those features. Both the thicker Creative Zen Creative Zen 8 GB (Black) and the taller Sansa ViewSanDisk Sansa View 8 GB MP3 Player include most of those features. They both also now come in 16GB and 32GB capacities.

    The Creative Zen does have slightly better sound and file version support. But its native software is even worse and the company has acquired a reputation for high failure rates. Conversely, the Sansa View is perhaps the best value but the video screen and sound quality is less attractive than either two. Perhaps the new Sansa Fuze may have more improvements, but we’ll have to wait and see SanDisk Sansa Fuze 8 GB MP3 Player (Silver).

    Of course the growing Zune population gets wireless sharing and syncing Zune 8 GB Digital Media Player Black (2nd Generation). But Zune’s screen is also less attractive for video and the device has other issues. So I would still choose the Nano over the Zune.

    Perhaps the best new competitor is the 800 series Sony MP3 player Sony NWZA818BLK 8GB Walkman Video MP3 Player (Black). For years, Sony devices suffered from proprietary audio formats and both annoying and unethical software limitations. Sony has finally given in to MP3 format, though I’m sure they will try to sneak in DRM at every turn. Surprisingly, even though Apple is the clear market leader Sony’s has almost overpriced their units. While expensive, they do have the durable metal body like Nanos. And in terms of sound quality, I would say they are just as good if not slightly better. I just don’t consumers should pay them a premium.

    The Sound

    Sound quality has been slightly improved. Apple has a much better reputation and…

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  3. 682 of 720 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The 4 GB Apple iPod Nano – An Improved Entry Level Media Player! Check it Out!, September 16, 2007
    By 
    Mark “Technology, Music and Movies” (East Coast) –
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    Apple 4 GB iPod nano AAC/MP3 Player Silver (3rd Generation)

    Apple’s new nano is designed to improve upon past models and add some functionality. The improved video, smaller thinner body and updated firmware are enough to make it stand out. The slightly lower price tag is also sure to help sell more units.

    I think most buyers will opt to get the 8GB, considering it is only $50 more than the 4GB and actually makes the video function more usable. Apple 8 GB iPod nano AAC/MP3 Player Blue (3rd Generation) Regardless, the new nano is an improvement in any size.

    Pros
    + Small size – so thin!!!!
    + Nice design – shorter, fatter form factor for more reliability
    + Brushed aluminum front seems more durable than plastic composite of 2nd generation nano
    + Many color options – Silver, blue, green, black, etc.
    + Brighter screen with better contrast than previous generation
    + Great video option is a nice to have for sample TV shows, clips, etc
    + Works with most traditional iPod accessories (except old A/V cable)
    + Priced to sell! Lowest price Apple video capable player
    + Lower price tag than 2nd Generation nano
    + Unlike iPod classic, all flash memory means less failures and breakage
    + Flash memory also awesome for running / working out
    + Slightly better sound quality than 2nd generation
    + Apple reputation is highly deserved

    Cons
    – 4 GB capacity is very limited for a video player and will require constant reloading via iTunes
    – New 2GB Shuffle option provides a workout alternative at about 1/3 the price
    – New design not ideal for very big hands due to smaller click wheel
    – Universal dock now required for video out (no more A/V cable)
    – Slightly shorter battery life than other iPods
    – No expandability or SD card slot like Sansa View or Creative Zen
    – iTunes software with limited native formats (MP3, AAC)
    – Coverflow still buggy / slow
    – Features built-in to competing players, like FM radio & voice recording, much be bought as add-ons,
    – Competing players now available at 16GB flash at similar body size

    The Looks

    Some people prefered the gen2 nano’s longer body and larger click wheel. The longer nano was prone to bend (and sometimes break) when people put them in their pocket and sat down or moved around. The smaller click-wheel can be awkward, particularly for those with large hands. But it’s a worthy trade-off for the smaller size and better durability.

    Another change motivated by durability is the metal face. The old clear composite face was a magnet for smudges and scratches. The new brushed metal face holds up nicer. Be warned though; it can chip and scratch, so get a cover.

    The Sound

    Sound quality is not significantly improved from previous models. The slight improvements touted in Apple’s marketing are exaggerated. However, let’s be fair to Apple here. MP3 and even CD audio have inherent sound quality limitations.

    MP3 is a compression technology that does experience quality loss, however minimal. With a lower bitrate your MP3 files will lose more and more of the sound integrity from the original recording. Combine that with the fact many people rip from sources that are not digitally mastered, and you would get inferior sound quality with any device.

    Almost no MP3 players are actually designed for audiophiles / musicians / sound engineers; i.e., the people who could tell the difference between good sound and great sound. Fortunately, some of these devices are starting to come onto the market.

    Features and Software

    Few new features are noteworthy with this device. Changes in the components and software make the screen brighter and allow you to do more things, including watch videos and play games. Some complain there isn’t enough memory for video. You can still get enough on here to watch one movie or fit some TV shows with your music. It’s a nice extra even if these nanos don’t have tremendous memory.

    The flash memory in this device could have been a faster speed. However, the main advantages of the flash player are still here: less risk of hardware failure associated with a hard disk drive player (better for running or working out).

    The device does seem to have a shorter battery life than advertised. Perhaps because of the smaller body size Apple placed a smaller batter inside. As long as you sync and charge at night, it’s ok. You are still likely to get a day’s worth of use from a full charge.

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