Tuesday, February 8, 2011

iPod nano with Multi Touch Review

I love listening to my favorite music. I love it when I can take my favorite music with me when I go for walks, go to the store, or to the park. So when I was given the new iPod nano with Multi Touch to sample and review I was excited to try this awesome little gadget out. Once I got the iPod out of the case it came in, setting it up was easy. I plugged it into my computer then synced it with my iTunes account. In just seconds my music library was downloaded to this 16 GB little music player! Who knew that 16 GB could be held in such a tiny little device? That is 4000 songs!! I dont know if I will be able to fill that huge space on this amazing little device, but I know I will have plenty of room to keep adding to my big little library! So beside the fact that the iPod nano with Multi Touch is very compact, very easy to set up and holds 4000 songs, this amazing little device has a touch screen. How awesome is that? To navigate just tap or swipe the touch screen so you can easily navigate for the artists you are looking for, the songs titles you are looking for, the built in FM radio, or the pedometor to really personalize and keep track of your steps!! If you want to mix up your music just give it a little shake and it will randomly shuffle your music! I love putting my iPod nano with Multi Touch on my sleeve when going for a walk. It has a clip on it so that you can clip it to you and stay focussed on your workout! Then if you are listening to the radio and the phone rings, just push pause! Yes, you can pause live radio on this awesome little iPod!! To get your iPod nano with Multi Touch head on over to Apple.com!


3 comments:

Just Another Hat said...

Hi, I found your blog from Friendly Friday. Congrats on being featured. I love Apple products. I am a relatively new Mac convert and will definitely not switch back to PC.

Callie said...

I found your blog through the Friday blog hop at Thank's Mail Carrier--I LOVE my nano. I don't honestly know how I survived as a young adult and teen back when I didn't have an ipod.

Laura Lane said...

Oh I wish.