Apple iPod User ReviewsPC
I have been very pleased with the functionality of the Apple iPod. I have used many versions of the iPod including the G5 iPod video, G1 iPod Nano and G1 iPod Shuffle and each has it's strong points. The iPod video and Nano use the famous click wheel which makes navigating through your songs, photos or videos extremely easy. The interface is very user-friendly and is very straight forward. The Shuffle, while it doesn't use the clickwheel or have a screen, is great for someone who isn't looking to hold a whole bunch of songs and wants the portability that it's small size gives.
iTunes, the p...
The Apple iPod is the must succesful portible MP3 player in the world and has more things on it than just listening to music such as, you can watch videos / pictures, TV shows / movies; You can lock the iPod so if someone trys to use it they will have to put the code in the unlock it. You can play games on your iPod or if you want more ipod games you can go to the Apple website (apple.com) and you can download games at a certain amount of money. There is a stop watch on the iPod, make notes, voice notes, cloack, much more. There are many options to listen to must, you can shuffle them...
Efficient, Sleek, Easy and Stylish.The bad:
The distinctive white earbuds and size makes it an easily stolen item. It's now so light that you probably wouldn't notice it's gone. Unless you're on the other end of the buds, that it.
It has a low battery life as well, which can be quite annoying.
The easy to use iPod has become a byword for evolution. In the time before the millenium, (it seems like a different era) we used to listen to CD and Tape Walkmans. If we wanted a change, we would have to lug around a backpack full of them. Now, however, for something that is smaller, we can hold 400 CD's/Tapes worth (about 6000) of songs.
It's relatively cheap, and its versatility is amazing. you can play video's and movies (all be it on a 6"x4" screen), look at pictures, and listen to songs. You can also keep brief memo's in the Notes, the calendar has all your important dates on (after ...
The Nano is sleek, small, and modern design along with great performance. Easy-to-use, iTunes is a great substitute for Windows Media Player.
It's probably the leading MP3 Player in the industry.
Fragile, battery life somewhat short. No video compatibility (iPod Nano, but what can you expect?).Summary:
The iPod Nano is truly a work of art, in my opinion. I only have a 1 GB iPod, and yet it is enough to fulfill my daily music needs. The Nano comes with headphones, a USB connector, a Dock Adapter, and a case (but if you want your iPod to last, or you just want to personalize it, I suggest you buy another). It also comes with a Quick Start Guide and a CD with iTunes in it.
What you have to do is just install the files on the CD to your computer, and just connect the iPod to your computer using the USB Connector. You can synchronize the iPod with iTunes, making it easy to upload and d...
The Nano. About 24 hours ago, I got my first one, a Black 2GB, and within a half an hour, I was enjoying music unlike ever before. My CD Player had been failing for months and I am thrilled to finally have it's worthy successor in the palm of my hand. At this very moment I'm listening to one of my favorite songs that didn't work on my CD Player because it had lost about half of it's lens... Anyway, what struck me is how professionally designed it is and easy to use. Apple obviously knew that some people aren't as smart as others, so it made installing and usage of the iPod very easy and tha...
NB: Review based mainly upon 3rd Generation, 20GB iPod.
The iPod. Is there any other music player quite as well known? Quite as popular? The answer, no. Many people wonder just what makes it so damn good, what sets it above your run of the mill $30 MP3 players, what makes it one of the most popular fashion accessaries and what is really behind the unexplainable phenomenon. The truth is, it's a combination of things. The sleek portability, it seems weightless at times, and with it's very slim design fits perfectly into your pocket or bag, rather than those small and chunky MP3 players which ...
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