iPod Nano 4GB Review

Category: MP3 Players - Date: December 24, 2005

Apple iPod Nano 4GB

Overall Rating

iPod Nano Review Introduction

Apple’s iPod Nano seems and feels even smaller in person but everything fits together very well. The seams around the edges are very neat and nearly impossible to notice. When holding the iPod Nano, you really get the feeling that you are holding an electronic gagdet of appreciable quality. The iPod Nano is a pencil-thin marvel, featuring a color display, up to 14 hours of battery life and space for up to 1,000 songs, audiobooks & podcasts.

iPod Nano Design

The 4GB model is available in black or white. Video Display Size: 1.5 inches. Battery Average Run Time: 14 hours. Weight: 1.5 ounces, Dimensions: 1.6″ l x 3.5″ h x 0.27″ w.

iPod Nano Features

The 4GB iPod Nano holds up to three days worth of music. It plays for up to 14 hours between battery charges. The iPod Nano displays the color album art for the song you’re listening to. It also carries all your digital photos, podcasts and audiobooks. It syncs seamlessly with the iTunes program and also can connect to a host of different iPod accessories.

iPod Nano Performance

The iPod Nano’s Click Wheel puts music under your thumb. Click to fast-forward, rewind, play, pause or access menus. Run your thumb over the touch-sensitive surface to control volume. With an iPod nano your music will always keep up with you – at home or on the go. Stores up to 1000 songs; supports AAC (16 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC, MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3 and 4), Apple Lossless, WAV, AIFF.

What’s included in the package

iPod Nano mp3 player, earbud headphones, USB 2.0 cable, dock adapter, quick-start guide, CD with iTunes for Mac & Windows, features guide.


Finding and playing music on iPod nano is simple. Menu options let you browse by artist, composer, album, song, genre, or playlist. Want to mix things up? Click Shuffle Songs. Apple’s iPod Nano makes your music look as good as it sounds, thanks to the 1.5″ color display. Album art appears alongside your songs, so you see your music as you play it. Also, iPod nano lets you take your calendar and contacts with you. With support for Address Book and iCal on the Mac and Outlook
or Outlook Express on the PC, plus industry-standard vCalendar and vCard files, iTunes syncs your calendars and contacts so you can access everything with a quick spin of the Click Wheel. Now you can enjoy 4GB worth of mp3’s with the smallest most powerful mp3 player in the market, Apple’s iPod Nano.

6 Responses to “iPod Nano 4GB Review”

  1. missy lee Says:

    What can i say it’s an ipod..I totally love it. its small and compact and carries more than plenty of all my favorite tunes. Did take me a while to get used to how to program and edit playlist, but i eventually got the hang of it.

  2. dheng Says:

    why my ipod nano 4gb hangs up?? it doesnt work anymore no matter what I do or click it does not respond

  3. zin Says:

    why my ipod nano 4Gb hang up???

  4. Julius Noble Ssekazinga Says:

    Hello Zin. Reset Your ipod through the following..
    Five-minutes after opening the box, I received my first (and hopefully last) lockup. For reference, here is how you reset an iPod Nano:

    1. Toggle the “Hold” switch On, then Off again.
    2. Press and hold down the Menu and Center buttons for several seconds.
    3. The unit should reset to factory defaults.

  5. Diana Says:

    Thanks … it worked.. 🙂

  6. kristina Says:

    hello! my i pod nano is amazing i got it in 2007 as a gift for christmas. you can get ingravings on the back of your ipod asso, like i did. my i pod nano is a newer version, but it is still an ipod, and it is ruby red, 8gig! ive had it for a while and nothing ever happened to it but the bad part about it is that the back gets scratched too easily, so i would recommend a case!