Posted by Simpur | Posted in Apple, MP3 Players, News | Posted on Friday, September 11, 2009
Apple announced updates to the entire iPod lineup at their "It's only rock & roll, but we like it" media event recently, including the new iPod Nano which now features a built-in video camera.
Appearing on stage for the first time since his liver transplant, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced a variety of iPod updates, most of which were capacity increases, but none was as significant as the introduction of the 5th generation iPod Nano.
The media player now not only features an ultra-thin and sleek design with a larger 2.2-inch color display, but also a camera that will let users shoot great quality video wherever they are - a move that sees Apple directly targeting the currently popular Flip ultra-portable video camera market.
The Nano, the world's most popular music player with over 100 million sold, now comes in 9 colors, all featuring gorgeous polished aluminum and glass enclosures.
One of the most notable new features of the Nano is the built-in FM radio tuner that boasts live pause and iTunes Tagging. Live pause lets users pause and resume live radio, while iTunes Tagging lets them tag songs that they like that's on air, and later have the ability to preview and purchase the songs from iTunes.
The iPod Nano is available in Brunei with prices starting at B$228.
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