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Apple iPod nano 2 GB White (1st Generation) Discontinued by Manufacturer

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  • 2 GB model stores up to 500 songs; supports AAC (16 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC, MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible
  • Only 27 inches thin and 1.5 ounces, with a bright color display
  • Up to 14 hours of music playback; up to 4 hours of slideshows with music
  • Comes with earbud headphones, USB cable, dock adapter
  • Compatible with Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 or later, or Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameApple
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions4.2 x 1.8 x 0.5 inches
Item model numberMA004LL/A
Operating SystemPC, Mac
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0007Y7976
Shipping Weight1 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 28, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Apple
  • Model: MA004LL/A
  • Digital Storage Capacity: 2 GB
  • Supported Standards: AAC Protected AAC, MP3 MP3 VBR, Audible
  • Hardware Platform: PC, Mac
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes: earbud headphones, USB cable, dock adapter, & iTunes for Mac and Windows. Apple 2GB iPod nano - Come one, come all and witness the incredible shrinking iPod!! With the nano, Apple introduces the latest member of the highly successful iPod family of digital audio players. The nano is aptly named since it's a fraction of the size of it's larger iPod cousins. It has the width of a pencil and comes in at a feather-light 1.5 ounces. For Apple's next trick, they've taken this new diminutive iPod and added all of the features of a regular iPod. You get a bright full color display, Apple's famous click wheel, and up to 14 hours of battery life. With that said, take a peek behind the curtain and be amazed at the rest of what the iPod nano has to offer... Connector for optional dock Stereo Minijack Hold Switch Charge Time - about 3 hours (1.5 hour fast charge to 80% capacity) Audio Support - AAC (16 to 320 Kbps) / Protected AAC (from iTunes Music Store) / MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps) / MP3 VBR / Audible (formats 2, 3, & 4) / Apple Lossless / WAV / AIFF Photo Support - JPEG / BMP / GIF / TIFF / PSD (Mac only) / PNG Sync & Charge via USB Cable Adjust audiobook playback speed Create multiple on-the-go playlists Shuffle songs or albums Repeat one or all 20 Equalizer settings Backlight Timer Display Contrast Alarm - On / Off / Silent Sleep Timer Date & Time Display time in menu bar Color - White Supports - Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 or later, Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2 or later, Mac OS X v10.3.4 or later Unit Dimensions - 3.5 x 1.6 x 0.27 Unit Weight - 1.5 ounces

From the Manufacturer

Note: For the latest version of this item, see the Apple 2 GB iPod Nano (Silver) .

Take everything you love about iPod and shrink it. Now shrink it again. The pencil-thin iPod nano packs the entire iPod experience into an impossibly small design. So small, it will take your music places you never dreamed of.

Believe Your Ears
Call it astonishing. Unbelievable. Impossible, even. Then pick it up and hold it in your hand. Take in the brilliant color display. Run your thumb around the Click Wheel. Put on the earbuds and turn up your music. That’s when everything becomes clear: It’s an iPod.



The iPod nano is the same thickness as a #2 pencil.
It holds over a days’ worth of music. It plays for up to 14 hours between battery charges.(1) It displays the color album art for the song you’re listening to right now. It carries your photos, podcasts and audiobooks. It syncs seamlessly with iTunes. It connects to a host of iPod accessories. Simply put, iPod nano is 100-percent iPod. And then some.

Touch and Go
iPod nano’s Click Wheel puts music under your thumb. Click to fast-forward, rewind, play, pause or access menus. Use the touch-sensitive surface to control volume or browse music. You can do it all without looking. But with an iPod this beautiful, who’d want to?



The small form of the iPod nano lets you take your music anywhere.
Song Stylings
Add accessories to your iPod nano via the Dock connector and headphone jack and your music will always keep up with you -- at home, on the go, even in your car. Of course, in either signature white or sleek black, iPod nano itself makes the ultimate accessory.

Up to 2 GB(2) of skip-free storage on a featherweight iPod means you can wear over a days’ worth of music around your neck. Or jog with 500 songs on your arm. Now that you can take your music everywhere, there’s no limit to where it will take you.

iPod nano Features

  • Holds up to 500 songs and full-color album art
  • Only 3.5 x 1.6 x 0.27 inches and 1.5 ounces
  • Bright 1.5-inch color LCD display
  • Up to 14 hours of battery life
  • Apple Click Wheel
  • Charges and syncs via USB
  • Accessory-compatible Dock connector
  • Completely skip-free playback
  • Works with Mac OS X or Windows 2000/XP
  • Plays music, podcasts and audiobooks
  • Holds up to 25,000 photos
  • Syncs contacts, calendars and to-do lists

  1. Rechargeable batteries have a limited number of charge cycles and may eventually need to be replaced. Battery life and the number of charge cycles vary by use and settings. See www.apple.com/batteries for more information.
  2. 1GB = 1 billion bytes; actual formatted capacity less. Song capacity based on 4 minutes per song and 128-Kbps AAC encoding.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Great video quality, and very easy to learn to use.
R. Wheeler
I'm not going to tell anyone that the iPod Nano is the best value mp3 player on the market.
Mark Glazerman
Apple has made the Nano smaller without compromising much of the bright colorful screen.
H. Cassell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

551 of 585 people found the following review helpful By H. Cassell on September 13, 2005
I've had a chance to play around with this for a few days now, and while I am a huge fan of the iPod Nano, it will not be replacing my 20GB iPod Photo anytime soon. It's Apple's own fault, really; they gave me 20GB (or 40, or 60) of space first, and now they want to take 90% of it away? Don't think so. I've come to believe what Apple's been telling me for a few years now: I NEED to take my entire music collection around with me everywhere I go. It's as essential as my cell phone and Metro Card. So for the storage reason alone, I can't chuck my 20GB model just yet. But the Nano really is a cool machine, and I imagine it will overtake the higher capacity iPods in popularity shortly because of its size, price, and cool factor.

Here's what I consider the improvements to be:

1. First and foremost, the transition to flash memory. This enables the Nano to be smaller and operate quieter than iPods that are hard drive-based. Make no mistake, flash memory is the future of digital music players;

2. The size, duh. Apple has made the Nano smaller without compromising much of the bright colorful screen. As we all now by now, it is thinner than a number two pencil (my 20GB iPod Photo, on the other hand, is probably three pencils thick). But it's still too large and delicate to jog with, without an optional accessory or two (arm band, lanyard headphones); and

3. The Apple-brand accessories that have been released concurrently with the Nano are affordable and well-designed.

...And what's not-so-great:

1. The price drop isn't that substantial, especially for what you get. For an extra $100, you can upgrade to a Photo that has ten times the capacity; and

2. The headphone jack is on the bottom of the Nano.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Mark Glazerman on November 3, 2005
Ok... This might be the first iPod that I've owned but I've been an admirier of Apple's work for some time. I have several friends with various generations of the original iPod and always loved the combination of art and technology that goes into them.

I had been the owner of a Sony mp3 player for about 2 years and until this summer had no reason to think about replacing it. 256meg of memory seemed enough for me and it was small too. What more did I need really ?? However, over the summer my trusty sony got washed and so it was time to look for something to replace it.

In the run up to my birthday Apple launched the Nano and I instantly fell in love with it. I have no real need for 60 gigabytes of storage but knew that 256 meg was limiting the amount of music I could carry around with me. Even the 2gig version which held 500 songs would be fine for me. I added a Nano to my birthday wish list and waited !!

Last Friday I opened up the sleek box to feast my eyes on my Nano for the first time. Even though I'd read pages of reviews about the player, I was still amazed at the size (or lack of size) of this unit. It's just tiny !! Not so small that you'd lose it but small enough that when It's in your pocket you can forget its there. The screen is so bright and clear and the sound !!.... WOW. For such a small player, it certainly packs quite a punch in the volume department. Full volume would certainly lead to hearing damage after a short time.

The iTunes software that comes with it is easy to install and easy to use. I was soon burning my CD's onto my PC with ease. A 10-12 track CD takes around 2-3 minutes to load onto the PC but uploading those same songs onto the iPod takes a fraction of that time.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Nostromo on November 7, 2005
I just bought my ipod nano today and I love it. It's truly an incredible device. Despite the negativness about scratches and the screen flaws, I took my precautions in advance and I'm able to enjoy this great mp3 player. I carry in an elegant silicon case which I bought from ebay at a very reasonable price.

Pros:

Excellent and ergonomic design

Very small size thus very protable

Excellent screen

Functional buttons (the wheel works fine even though I haven't removed the plastic tape and I carry it in a silicone case)

Satisfactory sound quality

Cool extra features

Cons:

The headphones that come with the nano need replacment, the sound quality comes out very poor

No extra accesories in the box, apart from the bad headphones, the useless for most people dock adapter and the USB cable

iTunes is necessary or it won't load

The expensive accesories

It scratches easily

Overall its a great mp3 player, that you can really enjoy if you have some things in mind:

You should first buy protective case against scratces

You should first buy a good pair of headphones

You should treat the device with care because it's more fragile compared to other versions of ipod
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By J. Hauser on December 15, 2005
I have had my nano for about 2 1/2 months and i was very impressed initially. The sound is amazing and the color screen is awesome...until it gets scratched up. My best advice is to buy a case with your nano and put it in there as soon as it is out of the box. Also about a week ago my nano started going berserk and shuffling through songs really fast whenever i touched play. To fix this i had to clear the drive and reload all of my songs. Pain in the a$$. Overall it is a good product, just be sure to buy a case and a 2 year protection plan
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