Apple iPod shuffle 2GB – Blue – 4th Generation (Launched Sept 2010)

October 13, 2013 - Comment

Portable Audio MP3 Product Features Storage capacity: 2 GB Player media type: Flash memory Compatible memory cards: N Audio compression formats: MP3;AAC;WAV Frequency response: 20 – 20000 Hz

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Portable Audio MP3

Product Features

  • Storage capacity: 2 GB
  • Player media type: Flash memory
  • Compatible memory cards: N
  • Audio compression formats: MP3;AAC;WAV
  • Frequency response: 20 – 20000 Hz

Comments

A. P "Persepolis" says:

Shuffle back on form This new iPod shuffle just goes to show that Apple do listen to their customers. We wanted buttons and no gimmicky propriety headphones, and they finally listened!This new generation shuffle adopts a similar design to it’s older brother and let me tell you, this thing is TINY. When I got the box I was astounded at how small this thing actually is. I got the silver one and it’s shinier than in the photos (very nice finish to it). I can imagine this would be easy to lose but as long as you have headphones plugged in you shouldn’t lose track of it too quickly. It’s an absolutely gorgeous little device and will look good clipped on any bag, shirt or trouser pocket.Otherwise, it contains the same features as before. Voiceover helps you choose playlists, check battery (very handy) and also tells you the song that’s playing. Battery life is stated for around 12 hours, but as with most Apple estimates you should half this to get a more realistic figure. No pin connector like…

@GeekZilla9000 "I am completely operational a... says:

Back to perfection. In my eyes, the metallic 2nd Generation iPod shuffle was the most perfect tiny MP3 player ever released. It was tough, it was beautiful, and it was incredibly easy to use. The 3rd generation introduced some extra gimmicks and lost the buttons – again it was a good device – but it was a step backwards from perfection. But that’s been addressed in this, the 4th generation shuffle.It’s instantly recognisable as it looks like a trimmed version of the clickable 2nd gen version – but the click controls are slightly larger and therefore even easier to use. I have an iPod Touch (my most favourite gadget of all time) but when I’m going for a run I prefer a smaller MP3 player which will clip onto my clothes. This attaches firmly and whilst I’m attempting to get fit I can easily reach down and skip tracks, adjust the volume – or now even change playlists. The clip is a very keen metal-sprung one which is almost the entire size of the rear of the player, this enables it to grip on…

Farndonangie "Farndonangie" says:

Much better than mark 3. I am one of the many people who had mark 2 shuffles and was looking for an alternative product as I did not like the mark three, due to the earphone/controls. I use a shuffle all the time and need two as I like to keep different things on different iPods, one for music and the other for learning my foreign language. I tried a san disk but just could not get used to it at all after an ipod, it would not play all my music formats as I had imported in different ways using itunes, (no problem playing any of the formats on ipods), and I could not get rid of an embedded File “Oh Danny Boy”, which kept blasting out as I was driving along listening to my Spanish phrases. I was soooooo relieved when the mark 4 appeared.ADVANTAGESThe mark 4 has the advantage of course that it has the controls on the machine not the earphones, (vital if you are using it in a car as I often do). It has the advantage of the sound/speach feature, (tracks can identify themselves orally by…

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