Apple iPod Nano 5G 8GB / 16GB

  • Apple iPod Nano 5G 8GB / 16GB
86
Based on 64 scores, 88 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    38
  • Good:
    20
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    1

Pros:

  • Video recording capabilities.
  • FM radio with Live Pause and iTunes Tagging.
  • Bigger screen.

Cons:

  • Shiny new finish becomes smudged more easily.
  • No still photo capture with the video camera.

Expert reviews and ratings

By IT Reviews on -

A successful evolution of the iPod line, even if the camera is more novelty than necessity. You pay a premium for an iPod, but it's hard to argue that you don't get a good deal. Apple - iPod Nano 16GB price Buy Apple iPod Nano 16GB securely...

By TopTenREVIEWS on 100

If you want a few added features in addition to high-quality music performance, this MP3 player is worth your...

By GadgetSpeak on 92

I have owned a first generation Apple iPod Nano for a while; just recently it started to become unresponsive and then early on Sunday stayed switched on with no button working. So as I was working with a product that needed an iPod what do I...

By PC Authority on 67

The video camera and FM radio are the standout new features, but it’s the nano’s super slim styling that marks it out from the family....

By V3.co.uk on 80

A very good music player, but the need to replace the substandard earphones make it relatively expensive Good points Video recording is handy; sound quality good; radio is useful; small and compact Bad points No still camera; video camera lens is in...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 70

Apple's thrown everything short of the kitchen sink at the fifth generation iPod Nano, with a raft of new features designed to get the iPod crazed public excited. While it's still a great music player, the new features certainly aren't...

By CgeNa on -

The iPod Touch is only a few thousands away from the iPod Nano 5th Generation. So why would you buy this small player when you can go for the bigger catch? Well the answer is pretty simple: the Nano 5G is portable. It is small, stylish, and definitely...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Apple's latest iPod Nano is impressively slim, but audio quality and battery life could be better, while some of the extras feel gimmicky....

By CIOL on 90

The new Nano comes in some cool, bright colors and has an anodized aluminium finish. Though this gives the iPod a glossy look, the fingerprints are hard to see! The display screen has been amped up to 2.2” from the 2” from the previous model...

By Big Picture Big Sound on 88

As amazing as all the new features (joining the old, and I'm not aware of any that have been lost along the way) is the simple fact that they manage to fit together inside the same physical space as last year, even with the addition of necessary...

By PCWorld on 86

The fifth-gen iPod Nano is almost impossibly slim, but somehow the wizards at Apple managed to pack in a video camera. Though you'll find a few other new features in the fifth-generation Nano ($150 for the 8GB version, $180 for the 16GB model;...

By TechCentral on -

The improvements to the new iPod nano 5G, especially the built-in speaker and microphone, certainly make it feel more like a full feature music player like the iPod touch. The added advantage of video capture certainly makes it a tempting offer for...

By OverclockersQH on -

Ultimately, the iPod Nano is a charming little piece of equipment. It continues the iPod legacy while adding some key new features to it’s arsenal. It does everything it says it will do in a well executed manner. Video quality...

By AsiaOne on -

It seems that Apple has decided not to make changes to what is a pretty good design for the iPod nano. While it is great to not fix anything that isn't broken, this seems to dampen the overall newness and excitement of the new media player a...

By PCWorld India on 86

The 5th generation Nano shoots video and plays FM radio that makes an excellent player a better...

By Zath UK on -

All things considered, the new 5th generation iPod Nano is well worth taking a look at if you want to upgrade your iPod, but I wouldn’t upgrade if I had a 4th generation Nano, as the new features, personally, don’t justify the purchase of...

By AskMen on 85

It’s not often that a company launches a product that changes the playing field and saves the business all in one go, but that’s exactly what happened in late 2001 when Apple, on the ropes and hemorrhaging market share, brought out the first...

By Whathifi.com on 100

The nano pictured here might look identical to the at first glance, but look beyond the familiar dimensions and the fifth-generation model proves an interesting evolution. And no, we're not talking about the new, polished finish.Turn it over and ...

By AskMen on 93

Has Apple taken the nano someplace it shouldn't be? Are there too many features for a simple MP3 player? Post your opinion below.With the latest iPod nano, Apple’s finally addressing a long-standing issue: The missing FM tuner. The newest nano...

By Mobility Today on -

Today we take a look at the newly released iPOD Nano 5g..The new iPod nano offers a video camera, a polished anodized aluminum finish, and a larger screen. Also making its debut: FM radio with Live Pause is featured on the nano, iPod nano now also now...