Plays both video and audio.
Included video camera.
Larger display, but same-size frame as previous-gen nano.
Excellent user interface.
New Genius Mix and VoiceOver features.
Adds a pedometer.
New colors, accelero-meter.
Dependance on iTunes.
UI needs to be more refined.
No firewire breaks support for many 3rd party chargers.
No OGG Vorbis or FLAC support.
You must twist the device 90 degrees to watch videos.
Battery life slightly shorter for video than previous generation.
Earbuds donít offer the best sound quality and they arenít very comfortable.
Not exactly compatible with older accessories.
Glass screen cover possible to break easily.
Included accelerometer based game could be better.
Audio recording requires additional Apple purchase.
Genius feature needs education.
No wireless feature.
By Whathifi.com on December 07, 2010
You can see why has gone for a new-look nano. In theory, what isn't there to like about a scaled-down version of the iPod Touch? In the flesh, and in any one of seven different colours, the Nano looks cool. It's 46 per cent smaller and 42 per...80
By ThinkComputers on May 14, 2010
I actually had the first iPod Nano and it has sure come a long way since then! That iPod only really played music that was it. With this iPod you can play music, movies, listen to the radio, play games, record video, check the time, have a calendar,...100
By PCMag Mideast on December 17, 2009
Remarkably, the latest iPod nano looks almost identical to its predecessor, but this player packs so much more into its small frame: A video camera, an FM tuner (a first for iPods!), a pedometer for joggers, and a larger screen. With a new polished...80
By Computeractive on December 16, 2009
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By Wired UK on September 21, 2009
Every year (health permitting), Steve Jobs marches before a crowd of geeks, nerds and other assorted fanboys and bestows upon the world a new iPod. Sometimes that iPod has new colours, other times it has new features. The fifth-generation iPod Nano...60
By Stuff NZ on September 18, 2009
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By PCWorld India on June 27, 2009
The Apple iPod Nano’s fourth iteration maintains its reputation as an excellent MP3 player. However, in terms of design it has gone under the scalpel and emerged looking sleeker and more svelte. It still retains winning features such as its click...86
By Everything USB on February 15, 2009
Apple's best iPod yet hates the 3rd party chargers that preceded it. Pros & ConsReturn of slim form factor Decent sound quality "Genius" recommendation system Excellent screen and video quality Simple UI Large selection of games Accelerometer works...-
By Pocket PC Central on February 10, 2009
Apple iPod nano - 4th Generation Apples 4th Generation (4G) iPod nano represents the third redesign of the miniscule player and adds an accelerometer, more storage capacity and an improved user interface. The iPod nano has been the most popular...-
By BrightHub on January 15, 2009
The new iPod Nano is back, and its looking hot. Read my review for more! The New iPodI absolutely love all the iPod Nano models (except the 3rd generation. Ugh. It just sends shivers down my spine). So, while I was at the Apple Store in Chicago...80