Apple iPod Nano 7G 8GB / 16GB MD480

  • Apple iPod Nano 7G 8GB / 16GB MD480
79
Based on 34 scores, 55 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    8
  • Good:
    17
  • Average:
    5
  • Bad:
    4

Pros:

  • Lightweight, clip-on design.
  • Larger icons make it easier to navigate menu.
  • Simple, intuitive user interface.

Cons:

  • Small screen.
  • No video recording or playback.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Good Gear Guide on -

Apple's refresh of the iPod nano brings a larger, longer screen, a revamped iOS-esque interface, and some integrated features that should cement the nano's position as the media player of choice for fitness junkies, gadget lovers and budget-minded...

By PC Mag on -

The new $229 iPod touch brings Apple's latest screen and much better processor performance to an affordable price point. It's worth considering if you're looking for a media player and gaming device, but don't want to pony up the $299 for a 32GB or 64GB...

By uk.hardware.info on -

The Apple iPod Nano is a very capable portable music player, but its featureset doesn't justify the price. The Nano has been reduced to a luxury gadget that's likely only interesting to athletes and fans of Nike's jogging and health monitoring app. It...

By The Gadgeteer on -

In late 2012, Apple introduced its new line up of iPod devices, including the new 7th generation iPod nano. Having recently moved from a 1st generation nano to a 6th generation nano, I did not think I would have the opportunity or need for the new...

By Expert Reviews on 80

Ultra-slim, ultra-light and with a massive battery life, the Nano is a reliable if rather expensive MP3 player...

By productfeedback.com.au on -

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By DigitalVersus on 100

The iPod Nano is a good MP3 player with helpful and effective features. Only the price tag may deter...

By gottabemobile.com on -

The new iPod nano brings a bigger screen, bluetooth support and a fresh design, but stops short of adding WiFi and a full version of iOS 6 that supports apps and streaming music.As an MP3 player the iPod nano is one of the best, but for users that...

By Whathifi.com on 100

There’s a new Nano in town. is now in its 7th generation and, as with the rest of the new Apple products released in September 2012, it has undergone significant changes from its predecessor. The new iPod Nano is slimmer, lighter and taller than the ...

By Computeractive on -

The latest version of the Apple iPod Nano MP3 player is a bit bigger than last year's matchbook-sized 6th generation model, it's still very light at 31g and is small enough to slide unobtrusively into a shirt pocket. The rigid and robust aluminium...

By Wired UK on 80

The new nano has a bigger screen than its predecessor making it a much better bet for video watching. It makes sorting and playing your music easy when you're on the move, and it sounds even better thanks to the new EarPod earphones. The new...

By Mac|Life on 70

It’s telling that the nano’s stiffest competition is...previous iPod nanos. Bluetooth is a great addition, and this nano is a pleasure to use, but I’m left wanting just a little more. Product iPod nano Company Apple Contact www.apple.com Price ...

By Pocket-lint on 90

If we were really feeling picky, we could say that the nano is a bit too expensive. And, we suppose, compared to other products, it might be a bit more pricey. But you get the Nike+ facilities built-in, there's the radio and brilliant video playback...

By G4tv.com on -

Video Review: Listening to music just got a lot thinner...and more fun! Alex Albrecht checks out Apple's latest version of the iPod Nano with its new design, 2.5-inch multi-touch display and more for Gadget...

By soundandvision.com on -

The new iPod nano is larger than the 6 th gen, but much smaller, sleeker and lighter than my 5 th gen; it measures 3.01 x 1.56 x 0.21” inches and weighs a mere 1.1 ounces. Gone is the built-in camera and microphone, but so much else is improved that it's...

By techradar.com/au/ on 80

An improvement on last year's iPod nano, mainly thanks to the inclusion of video playback. We found the general design and shape more pleasing too, and we can live without the clip that the last generation had – the nano is so lightweight that slipping...

By Trusted Reviews on 80

Out of all of Apple's mobile ranges, the iPod nano has featured the most diverse array of incarnations. It was long and thin, then it was squat and cute, it shed the pounds again, became the size of a postage stamp for a bit and now is back to being a...

By Good Gear Guide on 75

Apple's constantly-reinvented iPod nano gets a video-friendly screen and Bluetooth in its latest update. It's a user-friendly device as portable media players go, although it's missing a few features we liked on previous...

By theregister.co.uk on 85

Like millions of other people I now use my smartphone as my primary portable media player, and this redesign isn’t going to reverse that trend. Even so, this is still a pretty smart update, and the Bluetooth capability and slimline design of the new...

By 5FWD on 80

There’s no doubt that this iPod nano is the best one Apple’s created - and its existence next to the iPod shuffle is once again justified. But now that it resembles the iPhone more than ever, it raises the question: why doesn’t it do more? For work...