The teeny, tiny 2010 iPod Shuffle

The new iPod Shuffle brings back the buttons and the square design, but it's even smaller than before. Yes, you'll still get the clip.
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Just how teeny, tiny?

In total, the 2010 Shuffle measures just over an inch wide and tall.
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Itty, bitty box

True to Apple form, even the packaging of the Shuffle is ultracompact.
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The five colors of Shuffle

The Shuffle will come in a choice of five colors: silver, blue, pink, green, and yellow. It's 2GB and priced at $49, which is affordable for an iPod.
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The Shuffle clip

The iPod Shuffle remains the most appropriate for working out thanks to its tiny size and tactile buttons.

Or is that a Shuffle?

The 2010 Nano is so tiny that it's easy to mistake for the Shuffle from this angle.
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The Nano continues to shrink

The newest Nano is only fractions of an inch larger than the iPod Shuffle.
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2010 Nano goes touch

The 2010 iPod Nano is smaller and squarer than ever. Apple took off the click wheel and made it touch-based. Like the Touch, it now has an accelerometer and runs the new mobile operating system.
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A selection of Nanos

The new iPod Nano comes in seven colors, including a Product Red version. There's an 8GB version for $149 and a 16GB version for $179. Battery life is rated at 24 hours.
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Touch the rainbow

The Nano still comes in a seamless anodized aluminum casing and offers engraving on the backside.
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Nano stays feature-packed

The iPod Nano offers an FM radio, NikePlus support, and a pedometer as well as a built-in clip to appeal to fitness-minded users. Still, the lack of physical buttons may turn off those same users.
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All-new iPod Touch

The latest iPod Touch features a Retina Display, an A4 chip, three-axis gyro, and iOS 4.1 with GameCenter--all on par with the iPhone 4. There's also a front-facing camera with FaceTime.
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Cameras galore

Featured here with an all-new case from iLuv, the 2010 Touch shows off its HD video-recording rear camera. The player offers 40 hours of battery for music and will come in three capacities: 8GB for $229, 32GB for $299, and 64GB for $399.
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New Touch dimensions

The 2010 iPod Touch doesn't look much different from its predecessor on the outside.


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