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'Its indoor video quality is poor, and without even basic controls for brightness and contrast, there's nothing you can do to compensate for bad lighting.'
'Slim design with larger screen.'
'The bundled headphones do a capable job of rendering FM-quality broadcasts but fall a little flat when it comes to high-quality audio files, and still struggle with sounds at either extremes -- rolling, deep bass or high trebles came out a little squidgy for our tastes.'
'I plugged several pairs of headphones into the new nano and I was as pleased as ever with the sound, playing MP3, AAC, and AIFF files.'
'Poor screen quality'
'Love it, but...'
'Poor Folder Management'
'Ropey interface and navigation'
'Back to the good ol' days'
'Genius feature creates on-the-go playlists around a single song.'
'maximum volume level'
'The controls on the device are fairly simple: a circular set of buttons allows you to move forward and backward between tracks (right and left), and increase and decrease the volume (top and bottom).'
'Only three buttons have made their way into the hardware, including a large power/hold button on the top edge, a slim home button below the screen on the front of player, and a button on the left edge of the device for quickly calling up the Zune's onscreen playback and volume controls. '
'the screen is bright and sharp--due in part to Microsoft's decision to use OLED and keep it smaller.'
'The FM radio tuner that Microsoft has always waved over Apple’s head is now joined by an HD radio tuner to tap free, higher-quality terrestrial radio signals alongside your MP3 collection.'
'Do not buy'
'Great MP3 Player Headset'
'Who Needs an Ipod?'