All About The iPod Nano 3rd Generation

First released in September 2007, the iPod Nano 3rd Generation replaced the highlysuccessful 2nd generation model, bringing with it a shorter, wider design as well as a host of new colours. Available in both 4GB and 8GB models, new features included an updated user interface as well as video playback functionality.

This new iPod was built with an aluminium front plate and a stainless steel back plate, as well as a QVGA 320x240 screen. Battery life would yield approximately 24 hours of music playback and 5 hours of video, with a full recharge time of 3 hours. Apple would later add support for iTunes movie rentals and song lyrics through the release of firmware updates.

Colour options for the Nano included silver, blue, green, black, Red and Pink, although the 4gb version was available only in silver. Connectivity was once again handled through the use of a USB cable, although a firewire option was available for charging only.

Is It Still Available?

The iPod Nano 3rd Generation was officially replaced by the 4th generation model in September 2008 and since then, further releases have pushed the 3rd generation firmly to the back of the shop. To find one of these models, you might want to consider searching auction sites such as www.eBay.co.uk to find a good offer, otherwise online stores such as www.Kikatek.com are offering the Nano for full price. For a silver edition of the iPod Nano 3rd generation, try http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=39161source=froogle.

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