IPod Shuffle 3G In-depth Review

Posted: Mar 23 2009, 2:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:31pm CDT , in Review Ticker


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Apple unveiled the new talking iPod shuffle 3G about 2 weeks ago. The opinions are mixed on this newest iPod. It is tiny, but the talking and the moving of the controls to the headset cord sparked discussion. We featured already an early iPod shuffle 3G Review. Now Apple Insider took their time and published an in-depth review of the new iPod shuffle 3G.

Quote from the review: "Outside of a slightly more complicated sync process, it's still the quintessential exercise iPod and the most likely to be a companion to an iPhone or one of Apple's larger iPods. The addition of playlists alone may tip the balance for those who wanted more diversity in what they could play, and the remote-borne input is easier to manage in mid-run than a player bouncing and jiggling on your clothes. Also, those with most existing iPod shuffles who wanted an upgrade in capacity will no doubt be happy. As much as the slow transfer speeds make syncing an exercise in patience, 4GB allows for much more diversity in music than the 1GB of space most iPod shuffles have had in the past."
Read the full iPod shuffle 3G review on Apple Insider. Shop for the iPod shuffle 3G on Amazon.com.

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