IPod fam­ily

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Ap­ple’s lat­est iPod nano is the thinnest iPod ever, at just 5.4mm thick. It also boasts the largest screen to ap­pear on a nano, a 2.5-inch mul­ti­touch dis­play that’s great for pho­tos and videos, as well as nav­i­gat­ing your al­bum art. It’s avail­able in seven dif­fer­ent colours, in­clud­ing the char­i­ty­sup­port­ing (PROD­UCT)RED de­sign. Blue­tooth 4 has been added for wire­less stream­ing to com­pat­i­ble head­phones and sound docks. You even get a builtin FM ra­dio, too.

The iPod shuf­fle is over­due an up­date, but it’s still a use­ful iPod. It’s cheap, con­ve­nient and small; the per­fect gift for a child or some­one do­ing sports who needs a ro­bust mu­sic player. It's great fun too, and an ideal spare iPod.

But if you want to carry your en­tire mu­sic col­lec­tion around with you, the 160GB iPod Clas­sic is still the way to go. It hasn't been up­dated in a while, but ru­mours of its demise have proved un­true. Per­haps one day we'll get a brand new one, with a Light­ning con­nec­tor? We can but hope.

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