'Built-in clip, support for playlists, audiobooks, podcasts, Genius Mixes'
'Yet another impressive apple product'
'The iPod Shuffle's buttons are back, and the lightest, smallest MP3 player on the planet is now better than ever.'
'Shuffle slims down, but new features speak volumes'
'Multilingual VoiceOver feature'
'Sexy, thin, rounded design'
'Back on track'
'Much improvement over the 3rd gen shuffle.'
'The design is uninspired and the navigation controls are an insult to common sense.'
'Fast, easy to use UI'
'The mids weren’t crisp enough and the bass sounded quite loose.'
'FM radio reception isn't great and connection of the Clip with Rhapsody was problematic.'
'The EQ is responsive, but it cuts frequencies instead of boosting them.'
'battery life isn't great, features are few, and the design is a bit boring..'
'The new Shuffle's audio quality was good.'
'Ever since Apple abandoned the design feature with the release of the second-generation iPod Shuffle , MP3 players with built-in USB have seemed to go out of fashion.'
'The players 1GB capacity can store about 250 MP3s or about 500 WMA files.'
'It's slim, sleek, and easy to use!'
'quite handy for some users.'
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