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Discussion in 'iPod' started by LoganT, Sep 7, 2010.
Looks pretty good.
It makes the 5th gen Nano look really good too. I may actually get one now since my Sansa Clip got washed. Although, I could buy nearly 3 of those for the price of a Nano.
But anyway, nice of Apple to remove a lot of features to make it smaller and add a touchscreen while charging pretty much the same price. I'll be honest though and say it'll be interesting to see what kind of watchband type accessories get released.
LOL@ the comment that the touch screen is actually better for eyes free navigation over the click wheel. Give me a break, who wrote that stupid review?
The screen is so small it can only fit like what 4 or 5 entries on the screen at a time?
I'd actually argue that with the screen so small it's not hard to guess where to put your fingers to control something.
That might be true, but from experience of its older brother [touch] against both the nano and classic it doesn't hold true for the touch.
I also don't like how the information isn't even displayed on the now playing screen without touching it.
what i dont get is that they say there are no games but clearly i can see a game icon on the last page...
it says genres... not games
I just picked up a new iPod Nano (well, ordered one from Amazon). I only bought it to use with my workouts (I like using the Nike+). Clip > Armband. Put my 3rd Gen iPod touch on eBay.
I agree with engadget's review on iPod touch, but I disagree with iPod nano review. The score is little bit too high. It should be 7 out of 10. The iPod nano is priced too high. It an ipod shuffle with a screen. But, it's priced at three times more.