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Bargain! Desperate Comet SLASHES price of £4,400 iPod Nano

Pic Comet has generously slashed 97 per cent off the price of an Apple iPod Nano, touting the pocket-stroker at £129 rather than an eye-watering, er, £4,444. Until now the chain's clearance sale may not have impressed deal-hungry shoppers, but this saving was sadly too good to be true. The photo below shows a standard Nano model …
Paul Kunert, 9 Nov 2012
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Apple's iPod: ten years old

Apple's iconic iPod digital music player will be ten years old on Sunday. The first model, which contained a 4200rpm, 1.8in Toshiba 5GB hard drive for storage, was announced on Tuesday, 23 October 2001, though didn't find its way into buyers' hands for another couple of weeks or so, on 10 November. Apple iPod first generation …
Tony Smith, 21 Oct 2011
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Apple MacBook Air reportedly back... in black

An interesting snippet of recent Mac history: Apple experimented with a black coating for the MacBook Air, which, according to current whispers, may be made available in that colour when it's refreshed shortly. According to an alleged Apple employee corresponding with MacRumors, CEO Steve Jobs said no to a black Air after …
Tony Smith, 21 Jun 2011
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Snap shows next-gen iPod Nano to sport camera

The next iPod Nano - Apple's small, square music player line - will get a rear-facing video camera, it seems. Well, a shot of a small, square Apple-branded gadget posted on a Taiwanese blog clearly shows a hole in the top left corner of the device, though the aperture is hexagonal rather than circular. iPod Nano 7G Possibly …
Hard Reg, 11 May 2011
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iPod accessories incoming

Folks getting an iPod for Xmas have a couple of interesting accessories to look forward to. The first, a pair of round-the-back-of-the-head earphones into which the iPod Shuffle docks directly, comes from Japan's Elecom. Elecom earphones There's no cord to get tangled, and Elecom insisted that the band is comfortable to …
Hard Reg, 17 Nov 2010
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Apple iPod Nano 5G

Review Apple rarely - if ever - praises the products of rival companies, but the recent launch of the new iPod range included an unexpected tribute to the merits of the compact and easy-to-use Flip camcorder. “That’s a market we want to get into,” said Apple CEO Steve Jobs before confirming that Apple has added a video camera to the …
Stephen Dean, 15 Sep 2009
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'Made in Britain' PMP takes on California-designed, China-made iPod Nano

When a small firm launches a portable media player to take on Apple’s mighty iPod Nano, it had better ensure there's a unique selling point. One firm doing just that claims its Sonix 7 PMP does have a USP: it’s 100 per cent British. Can't see the video? Download Flash Player from Adobe.com While the ‘born in Blighty’ …
James Sherwood, 14 May 2009

Sony Walkman NWZ-E436F music and video player

Review With the release of the A-series Walkman, Sony finally bid a probably less-than-fond farewell to its ATRAC and SonicStage past. Now with the release of the B-, E- and S-class Walkman players, Sony is fleshing out the range. At the bottom of the pile sits the stick-style B series with either 1GB or 2GB of storage. Next comes …
Alun Taylor, 13 Nov 2008

Apple 2G iPod Touch

Review We like the iPod Touch. It's not the only portable device with a touchscreen control system, but the way that Apple has employed the technology is clever. We can spend hours idly flicking our finger across the screen, watching the pretty album artwork slide back and forth. And that business of ‘pinching’ your fingers to zoom …
Stephen Dean, 22 Sep 2008

Apple 2G iPod Shuffle

Review The tiny Shuffle remains the iPod Apple makes the least of a song and dance about, but it's no less a player worthy of buyers' consideration than its label-mates. The second-generation Shuffle Apple revamped last week remains almost entirely the same as the version announced way back in 2006. The colour scheme has been changed …
Nick Hawkesmoor, 20 Sep 2008

Apple 4G iPod Nano

Review If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That's why most of the iPod range has received only relatively minor changes in the run-up to this year’s Christmas spending spree. Apple has almost 75 per cent of the market for portable music players, so minor tweaks to the iPod Classic and Shuffle were all that were needed to update those …
Stephen Dean, 15 Sep 2008

iPod Touch, Nano disassemblies reveal surprises

Repair specialist iFixit's urge to buy new kit and take it to bits continues - it's just disassembled the 2G iPod Touch and the 4G Nano. Revealed: the Touch has a Bluetooth chip, the Nano a scratch-proof screen. The Touch proved easy to take apart, which bodes well for folk looking to get their new player fixed in the future. …
Tony Smith, 11 Sep 2008

iPod Nano electrical discharge sparks new battery fear

An original first-generation iPod Nano shot out sparks while being recharged in Japan back in January, the country's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry revealed today. The incident took place on 8 January, and was duly reported to Apple, which finally got round to letting the Ministry know about the matter on 7 March. …
Tony Smith, 12 Mar 2008

Creative ups Zen mem to 32GB

Creative has extended its Zen line of Flash-based compact handheld media players with a 32GB model. Creative Zen The 83 x 55 x 12mm Zen - reviewed here - sports a 2.5in, 320 x 240, 16.7m-colour display and the ability to play MP3, AAC and WMA music files, along with MPEG 4, WMV and DivX video, and JPEG pictures. There's an …
Tony Smith, 4 Dec 2007

Apple iPod Touch

2007's Top Products Apple may be keen to tout the Touch's 3.5in display, but the first thing you notice about the new iPod is how thin it is. Front to back it measures 8mm - on paper not as thin as the 6.5mm thick iPod Nano, but you'd never really know unless you measured them both. The point is, the Touch is supremely skinny. It's hard to …
Nick Hawkesmoor, 12 Oct 2007

iPod Classic to ring till loudly for Apple, analyst says

Apple's $349 160GB iPod Classic contains $190 worth of components, it has been claimed. While the remaining $159 isn't all profit, it still means the Mac maker does very nicely, thank you, out of every Classic it sells. The figures come from market watcher iSuppli, which regularly disassembles iPods to calculate how much they …
Tony Smith, 11 Oct 2007

Apple updates iPod software

Apple has updated the software resident on its iPod Classic and third-gen iPod Nano - reviewed here and here, respectively - that's said to improve the players' Cover Flow performance. The new software, version 1.0.2, comes hot on the heels of version 1.0.1, and likewise comes with little in the way of explanation from Apple …
Tony Smith, 8 Oct 2007

DLO TuneStik with Remote FM iPod transmitter

Review Thanks to a recent and long overdue amendment to the UK's 1949 Wireless Telegraphy Act, it's now possible for those of us living in these sometimes benighted islands to use an in-car FM transmitter iPod adapter without fear of the long arm of the law feeling our collars for impinging on someone else's spectrum by running a …
Alun Taylor, 3 Oct 2007

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