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Old Nov 29, 2012, 11:06 PM   #1
LOLZpersonok
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iPod Nano 7th Gen: Why so few?

I so far have not seen a single 7th Generation iPod Nano at my school. I am, to my knowledge, the only one at my school who owns one, and that's out of 2,000 students or so. Some people seem surprised to see it and go 'aww it's so tinyyy!'

Why so uncommon?
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Old Nov 29, 2012, 11:13 PM   #2
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i feel like the value of the nano just isn't there. for $50 more, you get an ipod touch of the same capacity (4th gen, but still). further, everybody seems to have smart phones these days, obviating the need for a dedicated music player. unless you need a small music player that has to have a screen, for example to use at the gym, i don't see why anyone would want or need an ipod nano.
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