A high quality, ultra-compact MP3 player. Perhaps overpriced. Fits in the stereotype of Apple - slightly higher priced, but much higher software and hardware quality. Just because many of its trendwhore
owners are ignorant fools doesn't give you permission to hate it or be, in your opinion, non-conformist
Geoff: The $250 price tag is a complete waste of money when you could get a creative player or an iPod mini that holds more songs for less.
Me: You can't tell me the Creative matches the quality of construction or software compatibility. iTunes
Bas: $199 for a 2GB player? Or $179 for a 4GB Zen Micro? Or pay a premium $250 for an iriver H10 that has 150% more space and a nice design as well?
Me: Once again I point to software quality. The iRivers (cheap knockoff in more than one way) have bad interfaces and slower image loading times.
Pledet: "I sat on my ipod nano and broke it in two."
Me: You also sat on your walkman, shattering it and sending high-speed disc fragments up, in, and through your digestive system.
The new iPod nano. Now rocking a video camera, a polished anodized aluminum finish, and a larger screen. Also making its debut: FM radio with Live Pause.
= one sexy bitch.
I'm recording a new movie while listening to Lady GaGa!
I love my ipod nano.
Finally. We've all waited for it.
iPod nano: The world's first disposable mp3 player.
A cool device, but has a crappy battery, and they are unnecessarly thin.
Randy: "WAT TEH BALLS?! My Ipod Nano`s battery is out?! You gotta be peein on my weener
, i only listened too it for about an hour! Now how am i supposed too pass time?! BullSHIT!"
*Randy spent the rest of the day tossing paper airplanes into a bin*
New iPod to replace the existing iPod mini. It is the exact same thing except it is thinner, has a color screen, and comes in black. The $250 price tag is a complete waste of money when you could get a creative player or an iPod mini that holds more songs for less. Even though it is a complete waste of money many trendwhores (like myself) are still buying into apple's genius marketing.
Guy 1: Hey I got a new iPod nano
Guy 2: OMGWTFBBQ NO WAY I HEAR IT HOLDS A THOUSAND SONGS!
Guy 1: Uhh, yeah but doesn't your iRiver H320® hold 4 times as many songs?
Guy 2: But your's is thin and comes in 2 different colors! OMG! *snaps iriver in half*
Smallest and most exspensive new age walk-man. But it is no where as durable as the original wlk-man and breaks if dropped more than 3 inchs.
"I sat on my ipod nano and broke it in two."
iPod nano = waste of money. $199 for a 2GB player? Or $179 for a 4GB Zen Micro? Or pay a premium $250 for an iriver H10 that has 150% more space and a nice design as well?
I know which one I'd pick. Hint: it isn't the Apple product. God, I hate Apple, and the arrogant bastards that own the iPod. You know your product isn't very good when one of the major arguments for iPod's greatness is that it's expensive.
Most conversations with iPod fanboys go like this:
Person 1: "Check this out! I bought an iPod Nano! I'm soooo cool!!!!11!'
Person 2: "You moron, there's cheaper, and higher quality players out there."
Person 1: "You're just jealous because you can't afford one! Nanananananana!"
*a piano falls on person 1's head*