Apple IPod Shuffle 3G Review

Posted: Mar 24 2009, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:34pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
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Our review partner Digital Trends also takes the new Apple iPod shuffle 3G to the test and published this review. The new iPod shuffle only scores a low 6.5 rating.
Quote from the review: "With Apple's minimalistic taste in design, less is always more. And there's no better evidence than the latest iPod Shuffle, which has no buttons, no display, no expandable media slot, and no removable battery - yet makes up for it in being so small that it could quite literally get lost in a pocket. Apple's latest play to gym fanatics and pavement pounders everywhere sacrifices the intuitive interface of the original, but adds to the feature stack as well, with VoiceOver, text-to-speech technology that actually allows the MP3 player to read track titles and artist names aloud to you. There's no question that mountaineering types hoping to strip every ounce off their personal media players will appreciate the Shuffle's ultra-svelte dimensions and weight, but has the company pared too far in its quest for the impossibly slim?"
Read the full iPod shuffle review.

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