iPod nano inspires “sense of wonder and curiosity”


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When he “played a movie on the iPod nano’s incredibly sharp screen,” Jeff Carlson (seattletimes.com) “saw that familiar sense of wonder and curiosity” on the faces of his lunch companions. That lunch convinced him that with its arresting display, built-in accelerometer, shake-to-shuffle mode, spoken menus, and Genius playlists, there’s “no sign of iPod fatigue with [the new iPod] nano.”

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