“With its latest model, Apple has finally fixed the iPod nano. The 5th- and 6th-generation MP3 players were a radical rethink that didn’t work all that well; Apple tossed the click wheel design that the first four nano generations used, and replaced it with a tiny, square screen that was too small to view or control comfortably,” Jamie Lendino reports for PC Magazine.
“The 7th-generation nano fixes this problem with another full-scale redesign that includes a larger, sharper touch screen. It’s also feather light, yet sturdy feeling, has an improved interface, and comes with better-sounding Apple EarPods $29.00 at Apple Store,” Lendino reports. “It’s a beautifully crafted and much-improved player, and easily recaptures our Editors’ Choice.”
Lendino reports, “All told, if you’re looking for a top-notch MP3 player with a great design, plenty of flash storage, and an oversized color touch screen, and you have the means, the iPod nano reigns supreme once again.”
Apple unveils all-new iPod touch and iPod nano – September 12, 2012