iPod nano, third-generation (3G) 4GB

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80GB iPod classic (3G, Late 2007)

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Pros
  • Very good sound quality, excellent battery life
  • All the features of the iPod classic—including video playback, video output, and games—in a smaller, less-expensive, and flash-memory-based player
  • Bright, clear screen
  • Improved user interface
  • Includes three new games
  • Bright screen
  • Support for voice memos
  • Rugged exterior
  • Improved Center button “feel.”
  • Bright colors
  • Solid battery life
  • Alphanumeric overlay browsing feature
  • No skipping thanks to flash memory
  • Responsive controls
  • Support for photo viewing
  • Clear and bright screen
  • Syncs quickly
  • Sound as good as previous full-sized iPod
  • Attractively priced with good price per gigabyte
  • Excellent battery life
  • Bright, clear screen
  • Improved user interface
  • Includes three new games
Cons
  • Incompatible with some existing dock-connector accessories
  • Can’t use previously-purchased games
  • Shiny back surface not as rugged as anodized metal of previous version
  • New visuals-heavy interface slowed by album art
  • Cover Flow performance limited
  • Takes longer to sync than previous nano
  • Text search can be tedious
  • Earbuds won’t fit everyone
  • No support for viewing pictures on an attached television
  • No syncing via FireWire
  • Can't boot a Mac from it
  • Sluggish interface and unresponsive to controls
  • Can't use previously purchased games
  • Cover Flow not terribly helpful
  • Incompatible with many existing dock-connector accessories
At A Glance

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Part Number MB245LLA      

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Weight 0.11  pounds