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Apple iPod shuffle 2GB Purple (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL

Take hundreds of songs everywhere you go with the small, wearable, and colorful iPod shuffle. Use the clickable control pad to easily play your music. With a simple tap of the VoiceOver button, you’ll hear the song title, playlist name, or even battery status. And because your different playlists and Genius Mixes are just a sync away, you’ll always have the perfect music mix ready to complement your every mood. VoiceOver button to hear the song title, playlist menu, and battery status Support for multiple playlists and Genius Mixes 2GB of storage Apple Earphones For Mac and WindowsSpecifications Capacity – 2GB flash drive, stores data via USB flash drive External Controls – Control pad, Shuffle button, VoiceOver button Input/Output – 3.5mm stereo headphone jack for audio and for USB charging Audio Frequency Response – 20Hz – 20kHz Audio Formats – AAC (8 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Store), MP3 (8 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, 4, Audible Enhanced Audio, AAX, and AAX+), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV VoiceOver – 25 languages Battery – Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery (up to 15 hours) Power – USB charged via computer or optional power adapter System Requirements – Mac OS X v10.6.8 or later / Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP Home or Professional (SP3) or later / iTunes 10.7 or later / USB 2.0 / Internet access Dimensions (HxWxD) – 1.14 x 1.24 x 0.34 inches Weight – 0.44 ounce

Product Features

  • In the Box – iPod shuffle, Apple Earphones, iPod shuffle USB Cable, Quick Start GuideFeatures
  • Small and wearable
  • Polished anodized aluminum design
  • Built-in clip
  • Easy-to-use control pad for playing your music, audiobooks, and podcasts

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3 Comments

  1. William E. Liberatore says:

    Yet another impressive apple product. I bought the ipod shuffle because the ipod touch just seemed a little too big and a little too involved to take with me while running. It shames me to even say that… years ago I ran with a walkman cassette player that probably weighed 4 lbs and was about 50x as big… Anyway, for my purposes, the shuffle is perfect. It is tiny, light weight, and has a clip that will actually hold it onto your clothing pretty much anywhere you want to clip it. The controls are intuitive and not nearly as involved as the ipod touch. Mind you, I’m not putting down the ipod touch at all, it’s just that while running I don’t want to have to press a button, swipe the bottom and then hope I was holding it upright so that I can change a song or adjust the volume. The shuffle solves all those issues for me. I might have liked just a little more memory…. but honestly 2 gigs is still a ton of music. New to this “latest generation” are some new colors (though I personally don’t really care much about the fashion aspect of a 1 inch square device) and the voice over button… “Siri” is now in the shuffle. Press the button and a voice tells you the name of the song and the group. A little bit of overkill in my opinion, but still pretty impressive. If you buy one I hope it works out as well for you and thanks for taking the time to read my review.

  2. Jayhan says:

    New colors for 2012 release All that I can find with the new release is the updated colors, the rest looks the same. This is still 4th generation Apple iPod Shuffle (from wikipedia, this new color refresh is still under 4th generation category).This product is small, actually very small. I know you can use your iPhones or Androids and even get more storage space than this, but shuffle has a different target of users, mostly for active and on the go users. This is perfect for exercising, running, walking, etc. Just clip it to your shirt and your ready to go.If your the type of user who wants to put all your mp3s to your mp3 player, then you might want to find a different player thas has larger capacity , as this one has only 2gb of space. You should still be able to put hundreds of songs here especially if your songs bitrate compression is not very high.Some of the basic functionalities:Shuffle switchLeft – shuffle musicMiddle – play in orderRight – turn offVoiceOver buttonSingle click – hear current track and artistSingle click and hold – hear playlist menu.Double click – hear battery statusPROS:- Tiny (this can also be a con, in a way like since it’s tiny, it’s also easy to lose or misplace)- 15hr play time- Colors refreshed for the 2012 release model- Physical buttons- High quality anodized aluminumCONS:- Expensive (In my opinion, $49 for 2gb is expensive)- No option for a higher storage capacityWhat you get in the box:- iPod shuffle- Apple Earphones- iPod shuffle USB Cable- Quick Start guideI’m highly recommending iPod shuffle. But do your research first if you want this kind of mp3 player..

  3. Waterfi says:

    The Best MP3 Player for ACTIVE PEOPLE I have used many a different kind of MP3 players. The Shuffle doesn’t hold the most songs, but it is very convenient to use on the go.Many people say “Why not just use your phone?” Heres why I think it rocks for active peoples:The shuffle is small and light and I don’t notice that I’m wearing it.The clip is very strong and it doesn’t come off my clothes while running.I can smash it and probably run it over with a car but the aluminum won’t break like a screen.I can change songs without stopping and fiddling with a touchscreen iPod because the controls are intuitive and the buttons protrude.These are some main reasons why the shuffle is my player for going to the gym and banging it up, running/biking with it (be careful!) and even swimming with it.Recently I found some guys in San Diego called “Waterfi” who sell a waterproofed version on Amazon that works great for swimming. I sent mine in to be modified Its worth it if you spend alot of time in the water. Lastly, it seems like only the colors have changed since the last listing, everything else looks the same. I love the Slate!

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