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CNET First Look
iPod Nano (sixth generation)CNET editor Donald Bell shows off the smaller clip on the iPod Nano, which has a new touch-screen display.
So, here is the iPod Nano. So, you've got the touch screen [unk] this way. You've got your music playback, a radio, photos, podcasts, and then dedicated keys, different genres, Nike + plus setting, [unk]. Then, if you want to rearrange these music and press and hold just like the iPod Touch, the iPhone and then rearrange these. And then there is a button on the top for volume and for---- it's kind of essentially like the lock screen button. And what else---- oh, you can actually twist the screen around, different orientations. It does have [unk] around the control menu. There's a clip on the back, iPhone dock on the bottom, headphone controls, and the volume adjustment, and lock screen controls on top.