Take everything you love about iPod and shrink it ? then shrink it again. Now meet iPod nano, the pencil-thin marvel featuring a color display, up to 14 hours of battery life and space for up to 1,000 skip-free songs, audiobooks and podcasts.
An iPod of historic dimensions
When it comes to iPod nano, you need to reconsider your definition of "small." Slip it in your pocket ? it weighs less than a handful of change. Or wear it around your neck and forget it?s there. Want to take it for a jog? No problem. Your music will never skip.
The color of music
Thanks to its 1.5-inch color display, iPod nano makes your music look as good as it sounds. View album art as you play your music. Browse up to 25,000 of your favorite photos. Or navigate bright, easy-to-read menus.
Born to be worn
Add accessories to your iPod nano and your music will always keep up with you ? at home, on the go, even in your car. Get started by exploring our ingenious Lanyard Headphones and iPod nano Armbands.
100 percent iPod
iPod nano?s Click Wheel puts music under your thumb. Click to fast-forward, rewind, play, pause or access menus. Run your thumb over the touch-sensitive surface to control volume.
Up to 14 hours of battery life
Or up to 4 hours of slideshows with music. The iPod battery can be charged up to 80 percent capacity in an hour and a half; a full charge takes just 3 hours.
Comments about Apple Ipod Nano 2GB White - Manufacturer Reconditioned:
It's my first time owning a 2nd generation 2gb Ipod Nano so I can't compare it to the other ones before or the ones after this one. One thing is for sure, and that is that I really love this thing! I've always wondered why Ipods were everywhere and why almost everyone has one, and now I understand why. You have got to own one to know. This thing can play my mp3 music, store up to 2gb of them, and have other functions like games and alarm clock (although to be honest, don't depend on those additional functions because they're not that great). Other than the music and photo function, there's nothing else good about an Ipod. I use it to entertain myself while I do my chores or other boring stuff like waiting at the doctor's office. It's great for when you're traveling on the bus, train, plane, or other mass transit. What I don't like is that I have to charge this thing by plugging it into the USB port of my computer, which means if I don't have a computer with a USB port around when I'm traveling somewhere far, I won't be listening to any music when the battery is dead. But I could listen to 4 hours of music and the battery would still look like it could for another 10 hours. Of course, you can buy a special Ipod travel adapter to solve that problem. Another thing I don't like is that I can't play wma files, which I guess I could solve by converting them into mp3. At first, I thought the wheel was weird, but I got used to it and now I think it's not that bad after all. But because the wheel is a very important functional part of the Ipod (because you need it just like you need the steering wheel of a moving vehicle), I get worried it might malfunction in the future from overuse; but alas, I must be over worrying (my steering wheel is still fine after so many years of use). Get the Ipod Nano! I love mine and it's definitely worth the money!