Best Mini Apple iPod
Since November 2001, the iPod, Apple’s line of portable media players, has grown rapidly to be the most renown wireless media players out. The iPod has come a long way since it’s 5GB hard drive, monochrome display, mechanical scroll wheel, and Mac-only software. Since every fall Apple evolves its iPod line, let Tibesti help you find what’s BEST for you.
Since it’s creation, the Nano has shrunk itself to the size of some stamps, but it no longer has video capture and playback features. Since there is no more room for a click wheel, now the navigation is done via the 1.54-inch touch screen; swiping to move between screens, and rotating a finger to switch the display's rotation. Apple has included an additional clip to the back of the nano, along with its integrated Nike+ fitness features, as it seems that Apple is targeting the workout crowd here.
The best thing about the iPod mini is the new click wheel. As opposed to the separate touch buttons and touch wheel of the third-generation iPods, Apple stuck the four buttons under the wheel, which can be pressed down in four directions and the center. This is an amazing advancement, and hopefully it will find its way into future iPods. The wheel gives good tactile feedback and works better than touch buttons.We Love Apple here at Tibesti.
Best Mini Apple iPod by Electronics Expert Review Panel
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Apple's first misstep in the iPod nano line-up, the sixth-generation model trades its predecessor's click wheel for touch-screen controls. But an ultracompact form factor means the display is much smaller. Plus you lose video capture and playback capability, but it retains the same price.
In addition, The Nike+iPod Sports Kit is a device which measures and records the distance and pace of a walk or run. The Nike+iPod consists of a small accelerometer attached to or embedded in a shoe, which communicates with either the Nike+ Sportband, a receiver plugged into an iPod Nano, or directly with a 2nd, 3rd, or 4th Generation iPod Touch, iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4. If using the iPod or the iPhone 3GS, iTunes software can be used to view the walk or run history.