'the design feels invisible; there's a whopping 4GB of storage; and VoiceOver technology lets you control playback without taking your eyes away from what you're doing.'
'slick, minimal design'
'The new Shuffle's audio quality was good.'
'the tiniest and simplest player on the market'
'new headphone remote'
'pretty good little device'
'the sound was full and detailed in all registers.'
'Rechargeable lithium polymer battery
'the Shuffle supports MP3, WAV, AIFF, Audible, and both protected and unprotected AAC files.'
'the treble is cleaner and the overall sound is richer.'
'The Nano's most dramatic design change is, of course, its larger, brighter screen.'
'New excellent user interface'
'It's so bright, though, that you might want to dial the screen down a bit'
'average-sounding audio quality'
'The player's corners are nicely rounded and it seems much more resistant to grubby fingerprints and scratches.'
'very good sound quality'
'its larger, brighter screen'
'snazzy new split-screen interface'
'the device is smart enough to skip the unnecessary DVD chapters and start right off with the video, and it also remembers to start the movie at the point you stopped it the last time.'
'Supports video playback, can output to TV, supports Cover Flow; very compact and sleek design, bright screen, enhanced user interface and games'
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