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A view of the new iPod Shuffle lineup on the show floor at Apple's 2010 music and video event.
A closer look at the new iPod Nano's touch-screen interface and the icons it can display--just four at a time.
CNET editor Donald Bell gets to spend some hands-on time with the new Nano.
The new iPod Touch doesn't look much different on the exterior from this angle.
Upon closer inspection, you'll notice a front-facing camera that's compatible with FaceTime for video chatting.
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.
The new Apple TV is smaller than ever and comes with a very simple, very thin remote control.
A look at the output menu for Apple TV.
We get a hold of the Apple TV remote for a few brief moments.
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).