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Tuesday, September 13th, 2005, 4:16 am

iPod nano Crash Testing

Broken nano

AN excellent and comprehensive review of the iPod nano comes from ars technica. The review is full of clean shots of the nano. To spice things up, the durability of the iPod is put into the test with cars running over, bashes into the ground, etc. I warmheatedly recommend this visually-rich review, which is not vandalistic in nature. The picture shown above is somewhat misleading.

Manufacturer: Apple (product page)
System requirements: Macintosh computer running Mac OS X 10.3.4 or later, USB port; Windows PC running Windows 2000 SP4 or Windows XP SP2, USB port
Price: US$199 (2GB), US$249

Also see: Sony’s ‘iPod’

One Response to “iPod nano Crash Testing”

  1. becky Says:

    in a way i think people are forgetting something. when they are looking at all those pictures they are looking to see if the nano is smashed to bits or not. what they are forgettin however, is the SCRATCHES the nano gets from dropping etc. people were expecting the worst and when it didnt happen, they forgot the less minor problems which people still dont exactly want to happen to their nano. this is why i feel that the picture/test can be misleading.

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