Pros: Slim and sturdy; Very good sound quality; Simple controls and navigation; Seamless software integration
Cons: Lacks FM radio; No video playback
Verdict: The iPod nano is still the king of ultra-slim MP3 players.
Two of the nano's biggest bonuses are its digital output (via the dock connector) and its support for formats like AAC and Apple Lossless in addition to WAV and MP3, though it doesn't do WMA. The LCD screen is sharp and reasonably bright, but colors aren't as vivid as they could be. We'd like to see Apple include a customizable EQ, but the nano is still the flash MP3 player to beat.
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