'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'
'Impressive audio performance'
'Great improvement on the first generation'
'Compatible with iTunes; drag and drop to add tunes'
'Built-in rechargeable battery'
'On-board USB connection'
'Promising option for running or exercise sessions'
'Multilingual VoiceOver feature'
'Sexy, thin, rounded design'
'Back on track'
'Much improvement over the 3rd gen shuffle.'
'FM radio reception isn't great and connection of the Clip with Rhapsody was problematic.'
'The highest volume was more than we could stand.'
'Impressive sound quality'
'Exposed miniUSB port.'
'Decent sound quality and intelligent controls'
'rather unimpressive 12-hour rated battery life'
'the price is reasonable too.'
'the interface is blah, and the screen has a dingy look to it..'
'Reasonably priced, Cute, compact design'
'Lower-res screen makes text menus and images look blocky • Dodgy earphones • Few customisation options.'
'An excellent music player, but mediocre in other areas'
'MicroSD card expansion'
'Android is almost unusable'
'Lovely colour screen'
'New scratch-resistant aluminum body'
'Increased storage capacity on high-end (8GB)'
'Great MP3 Player'
'A great, but flawed MP3 player'
'Suberb Music Player... with a "few" extras.'
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