“Sporting a bright, two-inch widescreen that shows video in the highest pixel-per-inch density of any iPod, the nano is an entirely new beast. The flash player, available in 4GB and 8GB capacities, is wider than previous models which might seem to go against the whole concept of the product,” Tim Gideon reports for PC Magazine.
Gideon reports, “Held next to a second generation nano, however, the widened dimensions don’t seem to matter. In fact, a beautiful screen and just-as-thin body make the device seem like a large evolutionary step. The new user interface also combines the nicer touches of the iPhone’s U.I. (such as Cover Flow) with new elements (a split screen which shows album covers for highlighted songs and a new Now Playing screen). Throw in a few games with quality graphics, and you’ve got yourself a real winner. In its price range, nothing beats the nano… make no mistake: this is the best-designed flash video player on the market in this price range.”
Full review here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Corinne” for the heads up.]