The iPod Nano. Yep, pretty much anybody who knows anything about the technology nowadays knows about it. But even though most people are raving about it, is it really worth $150 of your hard-earned money? I recently bought a Nano and tested all of its features to find out.
On first look, the Nano is pretty impressive. Its slim body sports a jack to connect to your computer, to your headphones, and a small switch that allows you to "lock" the controls. The 2-inch widescreen allows you to easily switch the song your listening to as well as creating a fun movie experience; yes, you can fit a movie on the Nano! Inside the aluminum body is a accelerometer that allows several cool features. For example, when you shake the Nano, it immedietly switches to a random song.
The battery life of the Nano is not as good as I would have liked, but is still descent.
Overall, I enjoyed the Nano very much for listening to music and podcasts, but the iPod Touch would probably be a better choice if you wanted to do anything beyond that.