A view of the new iPod Shuffle lineup on the show floor at Apple's 2010 music and video event.
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A closer look at the new iPod Nano's touch-screen interface and the icons it can display--just four at a time.
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CNET editor Donald Bell gets to spend some hands-on time with the new Nano.
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The new iPod Touch doesn't look much different on the exterior from this angle.
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Upon closer inspection, you'll notice a front-facing camera that's compatible with FaceTime for video chatting.
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Flipping the iPod over reveals a rear camera as well. This one shoots HD video, which you can edit on the device using the iMovie app.
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The new Apple TV is smaller than ever and comes with a very simple, very thin remote control.
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A look at the output menu for Apple TV.
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We get a hold of the Apple TV remote for a few brief moments.
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The back of the Apple TV unit features a limited array of ports: HDMI, optical audio, 10/100BASE-T Ethernet, and Micro-USB (for service and support).
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