A pop-cult fix for a generation that grew up playing Nintendo and watching Saturday morning cartoons
The second-generation Apple iPod Nano is like the successful offspring of an iPod Mini and a first-generation iPod Nano. It's small, stylish, user-friendly, and competitively priced--a great player all around and suitable for a variety of users.
The seventh-generation iPod Nano is an incredibly compact portable media player with gym-friendly features, but it's overshadowed by the superior value of Apple's iPod Shuffle and fourth-generation iPod Touch.
No other MP3 player on the planet packs more features, from video to a pedometer, into a smaller package than the overachieving Apple iPod Nano.
The fourth-generation iPod Nano is easy on the eyes and the wallet, and you can't beat its hardware and user interface design. Just be sure to give iTunes 8 a spin before committing.
The shape may have changed, but Apple's relentless attention to detail remains. The third generation of the iPod Nano provides loads of entertainment for a down-to-earth price.
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Griffin's iTrip Auto is well designed and easy on the eyes, but it fails to outperform the DLO TransPod, our current favorite FM transmitter for the Apple iPod.
If you're tired of buying FM transmitters that cut in and out and deliver horrible sound quality, Sonnet offers you a product that might be of interest: a battery-free FM transmitter that--gasp--works!
Griffin Trio for Nano
Nano owners who want to take their trusted player for a splash in the surf or a dip in the pool will be well suited by the H2O Audio for Nano.