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Apple iPod nano 4GB - Black [MA107FB/A]

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  • Holds up to 1,000 songs and full-colour album art
  • Only 9.0 x 4.0 x 0.69 cm and weighing just 42 g
  • Bright 3.81 cm colour LCD display
  • Up to 14 hours of battery life
  • Apple Click Wheel
  • Charges and syncs via USB 2.0
  • Accessory-compatible Dock connector
  • Completely skip-free playback
  • Works with Mac OS X or Windows 2000/XP
  • Plays music, podcasts and audiobooks
  • Holds up to 25,000 photos
  • Syncs contacts, calendars and to-do lists

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.7 x 4 x 8.7 cm ; 222 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 222 g
  • Item model number: MA107FB/A
  • ASIN: B000A322NU
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 25 July 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,633 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Add accessories to your iPod nano and your music will always keep up with you - at home, on the go, even in your car. Get started by exploring our ingenious Lanyard Headphones and iPod nano Armbands. iPod nano's Click Wheel puts music under your thumb. Click to fast-forward, rewind, play, pause or access menus. Run your thumb over the touch-sensitive surface to control volume. Or up to 4 hours of slideshows with music. The iPod battery can be charged up to 80 percent capacity in an hour and a half; a full c

Review

This tiny iPod is great, but keep it in a protective case. December 2005 -- T3 Gold

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Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By F. Chowdhury on 5 July 2006
The 4GB iPod nano is the most amazing gadget I have owned in a long time. It is an aesthetically beautiful object and the functionality is also superb. The ease of use (screen, clickwheel, iTunes and PC connectivity) is remarkable. Scratches can be prevented by using the supplied case and with some care in handling. My main criticisms (hence the 4 star rating): (a)the battery playback life is more like 8 hours rather than the 14 hours claimed by apple and (b) the supplied headphones are cheap and truly awful and not worthy of such a classy gadget. The latter is relatively easily rectified (for an additional approximately £35-40) by getting a pair of Sennheiser CX300 in-ear headphones- they sound brilliant with the nano. Overall, however, I think the nano is a stunning product.
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112 of 116 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Oct. 2005
I've resisted buying IPODs until now (I'm the happy owner of a Rio Karma), mainly because of the poor battery life and high cost, but a wafer thin 4gB player with solid state memory was too hard to resist, so I took the plunge...
Pros:
- Sexy good looks
- Lightweight
- Solid state memory, so doesn't skip & great for the gym (though I've heard from lots of people they're pretty fragile, so don't go dropping it!)
- ITunes software a doddle to use (even vs Rio Music Manager)
Cons:
- Battery life v. disappointing, esp vs the Rio - nowhere near the "up to 14 hrs" claimed!
- Having been spoiled by Rio DJ, I really miss the ability to choose recently played tracks/tracks that haven't been played in a while/see what track's coming up next
- I haven't worked out how to transfer encrypted WAV files to Ipod format - I resent the money down the drain
Top Tips:
- Buy a screen protector! (The ones for the Ipod Mini will fit)
- Buy a protective case (Guess what? I did & my nano doesn't have a scratch on it. Funny that...)
- Buy a mains charger - given low battery life, it's a must have
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By IrishGaijin on 6 Jun. 2006
The Ipod nano is beautiful. It is definitely the most aesthetically pleasing mp3 player on the market at the moment. But its beauty is extremely fragile and can be blemished all too easily. Take my advice, when buying the nano make sure you pick up a protective silicone case for it as well. The smooth shiny surface that first beams at you when you open the box can be replaced by a rather ragged looking scratched facade after a few weeks of normal usage. This is especially noticable on the black model.

About the player itself: the user interface is exceptionally easy to navigate. The click wheel is set at a perfect sensitivity and makes song selection effortlessly easy. The screen is also a marvel to behold, the LCD screen allows album art to be displayed in full colour. iTunes allows for the easy transfer of songs to the device and is also able to convert wma type files to the AAC format which the player recognises. The player is breathtakingly small, I usually store it in the breast pocket of my shirt while commuting to work; its weight is negligible. Sound quality is also good although i would agree with other reviewers and recommend investing in a better pair of ear-phones than the standard ones provided.

But the iPod nano does have one significant flaw. I chose to deduct 1 star from the product due to its poor battery life, depending on the users access to USB ports they may choose to dock more. I have easy access to USB ports all day so charging is never a major inconvenience but i find the frequency with which i have to plug it into my PC to be quite annoying. Dont expect to get the 14hrs life advertised. That is a wildly optimistic estimate, most likely achieved with no backilght and a low volume.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By K. Dawson on 25 July 2006
Just plain wow. The experience actually starts as you hold the satin-finish box with embossed pictures (open the side opposite the logo to get in) - the box is stylish and we haven't even got to the Nano inside.

Once the Nano is in your hand though, you'll be grinning like a cheshire cat and catching yourself either stroking the thing or reaching for the cotton gloves so as to preserve the lustrous shine. You get a slip case to protect it, but I left the clear plastic film in place and slipped the Nano into a clear "Nano Tube" that I purchased at the same time (a pack of 5).

The headphones are OK, I have low expectations for ear buds anyway and they come with two sets of black sponge pads but no inline volume control - I guess Apple just want us to stroke the Nano plenty ;) Within the numerous settings you can restrict the maximum volume and lock with a parental PIN to protect kid's ears but to be honest having used it on the bus and walking through the town centre, I actually need that volume. Naughty I know.

The last accessory and final tip: connect the supplied USB2.0 cable directly to the PC / Mac - USB ports on keyboards don't carry enough power to operate the Nano.

Highly recommended.
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Feb. 2006
I will soon be onto my third I-pod nano because the battery does not charge and runs out after less than four hours of use. The hassle I am having with to-ing and fro-ing and time without my I-pod is not worth it - buy a model that does not have battery problems! Apple claim the original battery problems covered by the media in America were sorted out but they are not!
I went to a high street shop for them to test my I-pod with a new usb cable because I was going to buy a wall charger and they told me about 30% of the I-pod Nanos they sell are returned. The fact I now need to change my second one for a third unit is more than just bad luck - it is a design fault that despite claims by Apple has not been corrected (or the units still for sale are the 'old' design before correction). Here is my experience:
I bought an I-pod nano 4 GB last November 2005 and couldn't wait to use it. Downloading songs was super simple...but the battery lasted about three hours before it needed recharging. When I used the usb cable it would not recharge (the I-pod nano does not come with a wall charger - that is £20-£25 extra!).
I called the technical help at Apple, who went through several operations from resetting my I-pod to suggesting it was the usb cable not working. When I insisted it wasn't the cable because I could still download songs he gave me my nearest sales office for Apple. As it was in the middle of an industrial estate and I don't have a car I had to wait a week to take it in. They immediately offered to take mine and get me a new unit. I was happy with the service. One week later we had to go back again and pick up the new one (they wanted to charge £10 to send it by courier even though they had sold a faulty unit!).
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