Small, compact flash-based mp3 player that is designed by the Apple
Corporation. This design does not incorporate the previous outfitting of the iPod
line, which included a hard drive, but runs far more efficiently without it. In addition, the buyer either has the choice of a black or white façade, with the traditional chrome backing.
The initial design for this product was the replace the iPod mini
, but unfortunately, did not meet the expected sales. The first wave of the ‘nano’ had the choice of either coming in 2G or 4G and featured a colour screen.
It could also be noted that these models are not as fire-retardant as their predecessors, and carry with them the liability of being lost or dissolved in chemical testing.
Upon submerging from the geothermal reactor in Hong Kong, I had noticed that my newly-issued iPod nano had fallen into disrepute by ceasing to function.
I would rather consume some ice cream and buy 8 hookers.