Apple iPod nano color
The Apple iPod and now is one of the hottest products to hit the shelves in a
long time. There's not much choice of color -- you can get them in either black
or white. But the amazingly slim design and full-color display more than
compensates for the slim pickings in the color field.
For the moment, if you want a red nano you are out of luck. But rumors have it
that Apple may soon release color nanos. Even if that never happens there are
sure to be third-party companies that can supply the nano in a variety of
For the time being we have to be content with either a black or white nano.
That's just fine -- the features on the nano make it one of the most attractive
MP3 players available. The slim case is thinner than a pencil and it features
superb sound and full synchronization using the iTunes software. It is available
with either 2 GB or 4 GB of flash memory.
The color screen uses a clear font which makes it really easy to read the menus
and information about songs. The 1.5 inch display has a resolution of 176 x 132
pixels. This is slightly bigger than the screen on the discontinued iPod mini
and the nano also has a smaller dot pitch resulting in a crisp color screen.
You can use the color display to view photos and also cover art of the current
song being played. Photos can be displayed as thumbnails for browsing through
your collection and simply selecting a thumbnail brings up the full-sized
version of the picture.
Your entire color photo collection can be stored in the nano and synchronized
with your photo folder on your computer. Every time you plug the nano into the
computer with the USB cable your photo collection will be updated and
transferred to the nano.
As attractive as the color display is, it doesn't come with a light so you need
to view the screen in bright conditions.s
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