All About The iPod Nano Chromatic

The iPod Nano Chromatic is part of the 4th generation of iPod Nanos that were released in 2008. The original 4th generation iPods were small, weighing only 36.8 grams and had a battery life that could play 24 hours of music or 4 hours of video. Available in silver, black, mint, turquoise, berry red and rose pink, this generation of iPods were later rebranded as 'Nano Chromatic', with minor changes made during the transition.

The most significant change was the aesthetic style of the portable music devices, with the orignal colours being replaced by an appealing new range that included silver, black, purple, light blue, green, yellow, orange, red, and pink. The red Nano Chromatic was only available directly from Apple's own website and retail stores. Other changes included an accelerometer which allowed for the user to 'shuffle' between songs by shaking the iPod and the ability to flip the screen to a horizontal view.

To keep with the improved style of the product, the user interface was reworked, providing a more modern look, as well as including a new voice recording feature, enabled through the use of an Apple compatible microphone.

Finally, the iPod Nano Chromatic was the first Apple product to include the 'Genius' feature, which was introduced on the day of release. Genius creates music playlists automatically based on the current song through the use of an algorithm built by Apple.

Where To Buy?

The iPod Nano Chromatic was replaced by the 5th generation of iPods, however they are still available to purchase from selected outlets such as www.eBay.co.uk and www.okobe.co.uk. For a 8gb pink iPod Nano Chromatic, try http://www.okobe.co.uk/.

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