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8 Gb I Pod Nano 6th Generation

Reviewing: Apple I Pod Nano 6th Generation  |  Rating:
Mister Tickle By Mister Tickle on
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The iPod Nano 6th Generation is a Nano model that is not like any other. I have a 5th generation ipod Nano and I would consider it the best generation. The iPod Nano 6th Generation is very small. It has a 1.5 inch touch screen and the screen is capacitive. This means that it is possible to multi-touch on this screen. However, due to the small screen size, there isn't much to do. The iPod Nano 6th Generation can only playback music and photos. There is no video playback as it would be impossible on the small screen.

This iPod Nano 6th Generation is 8GB, which means that it can store a lot of songs. If you know that 8GB is a bit too much for you, then it may be necessary to downgrade to a 4 GB. Here's a general overview of the iPod Nano 6th Generation. It comes with many colors to choose from including grey, green, pink, orange, and blue. It has a 14 hour battery life and can support music playback.

I find that the iPod Nano 6th Generation has some things that you cannot find on other MP3 players. For one, the iPod Nano 6th Generation has a touch screen so the body has just about no keys at all. The only key on the iPod Nano 6th Generation is the "power" key which you use to wake the device and to shut it off. You can turn the screen in any direction simply by twisting the screen with both fingers. This is a really cool feature, but it hard to explain. Simply put two fingers on the screen and then twist your fingers. Make your fingers twist motion like turning a knob. The other thing that the iPod Nano 6th Generation has is a clip. This is great for on the go purposes such as jogging or exercising. You can clip the iPod Nano 6th Generation just about anywhere from the collar of the shirt to the pocket of your jeans.

I find that the iPod Nano 6th Generation has some disadvantages. The only formats accepted by the iPod Nano 6th Generation are .MP3 and .WAV. I find that it is impossible to play .WMA files unless you convert them into .MP3, which iTunes does for you when you drag and drop. The other thing the iPod Nano 6th Generation does not have is the video playback. On such a small screen, watching videos isn't pleasant so I guess that is the reason the video feature was removed. I find that the iPod Nano 6th Generation is very easy to scratch. If you put the iPod Nano 6th Generation in your pocket, make sure you do not put anything else in the same pocket such as keys. Once the color of the iPod Nano 6th Generation gets scratched off, then it will look unpleasant. The iPod Nano 6th Generation is a decent product. If you just want to listen to music, then you should definitely get this cool device.