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If your outfit doesn't yet match any of the colours the iPod Nano 8GB currently comes in, then maybe the player's new hue will tug your heart strings.

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Apple's pink iPod Nano: perfect for Valentine's Day?

Yes, Valentine's Day is fast approaching, and the Nano now comes in pink. Actually, the Product(Red) charity version is more suitably coloured, but at least addled male buyers now have a choice.

The pink edition player expands Apple’s range of Nano colour options to six shades, which already includes silver, black, blue, green and, as we just mentioned, red.

But, if you’re more technically minded, then you’ll be disappointed, because the pink Nano doesn’t add anything. So, you’ll still get a 2in display, Apple’s CoverFlow feature for flipping through album covers, H.264 video support and up to 24 hours of battery life.

Apple’s pink edition iPod Nano 8GB is available now for £130 (€160/$260).

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