IPod Video Nano
In the early months of September back in 2005, Apple came on the air announcing the mini Ipod, which became that generation’s device. The Ipod included flash memory rather than a hard drive. Nano is less than 30 inches wide and less than 7 inches thick. The new Nano Ipod only weighs about one and half pounds and is smaller than most of the other ipods. The Nano small as it may be holds up to 4 gigabytes in light of the fact of its built. Other models are available, including 1 and 2 gigabyte systems. Nano has a nice colorful displaying screen that makes your photos look picture perfect according to the manufacturers. In addition, the system connects to your computer through a USB cable. Nano became the original connector dock Ipod. The Ipod connects through a computer and is synchronized through Macs OS systems or Windows Operating System. (OS) The FireWire Cable is a connector that comes with the system and actually charges the battery. There is no cord that extends the outlets for charging.
Nano includes a stopwatch feature, as well as a world clock feature. In addition, Nano enables you to use a 4-digit password, which disables each key until you type in the password selected. Nano is available in both black and white colors. The models each have dissimilar storage for photos, music, videos, and so forth. It cost around $250 respectively for a 4 gigabyte (GB) Nano.
Nano’s screen as well as its outer casing is fragile according to the sellers, thus making it scratch with little effort. The Nano’s surface is made of a fragile plastic coating; therefore, any ordinary usage of the device may cause damage to Nano’s surface. Apple realizing how fragile nano was packaged the system before sending them out. This fifth generation ipod comes with a carrying case made of delicate fabrics. This can help halt scratching of Nano. The downside is the case sometimes will prevent the user from accessing the window screen according to few. Each control is accessible, yet it can be difficult with the case in place.
This innovative Nano device puts the mini models at the back of the shelves. The tiny gadget stores loads of gigabytes providing each user sufficient memory. The features alone make it easy to access scores of song hits, while its hard drive 4-gig can store thousands of songs, hundreds of movies, videos games and more with ease. The sharp displaying area is colorful and Nano has clicking wheels that makes it easy to maneuver the device. The features are below a scroll wheel, which is quite large.
The headphones are the only downside according to few, i.e. the jacks are located at the bottom of the device, which means the user plugs into the bottom while carrying the machine. The miniature Nano offers a lot to those interested in the device. It is also said to provide hours of battery charge. The downside is you will pay a couple hundred to own this device. Possibly, if you wait a few months you can get it cheaper, since something new will come available that will put IPODS on the back shelf again.
The previous versions of IPODS only offered a few megabytes of memory and a couple of options to select. Still, you had advantages with the previous versions, thus the only thing really different is that these IPODS have carrying case, more memory and a few more details to figure out.
How do they work?
I don’t know, but I am willing to learn so I can help you figure these gadget out too. One thing I learnt while dealing with computers, the more I know, the less I care to know. Anyway, here we go. This gadget is slim and small. This gadget also has a stopwatch, which includes a variety of zones. I’m zoning out. It looks too complex. But anyway all you need to do to download or transfer songs to the computer is connect the FIREWIRE, plug in a disc if you want to download to disc, and follow the instructions to the letter T. IT seems once you select an option you will be guided through the process of whatever it is you want to do.
If you haven’t already, downloaded iTunes you will need to do this first, since all your music will store in a play list, or library. You can download a free copy of iTunes but you will pay around $0.99 per song downloaded, so prepare to use your credit card.