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Seventh-gen iPod nano with 1.3 megapixel camera?

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on May 10th, 2011

Could this be Apple’s next iPod nano? Taiwan’s Apple.pro website thinks so and since they also recently got their hands on a purported next-gen iPod nano chassis that seems to match the device pictured above, it looks likely.

The obvious change is the built-in camera, which is apparently 1.3 megapixels. Take this with the usual grain of salt for now, as we don’t have any confirmation, but it is looking like this is the real deal. We will know for sure before long.

iWatchz 6G iPod nano watchbands now at Best Buy

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on February 27th, 2011

You love your 6G iPod nano right? So why not make it act as two gadgets in one, by making it a watch? There are plenty of watchbands on the market today that will let you wear your nano on your wrist, but most have to be ordered online or in Apple retail stores.

Well, if you don’t live near an Apple store, Best Buy will be carrying the full iWatchz Q series of bands for the nano. The bands are made from silicone and come in several colors. Best Buy will carry all of the colors and the bands will sell for just under $25. Great news.

HEX ships iPod nano watch band

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on December 29th, 2010

If you are looking for a watch band to house your iPod nano 6G, you certainly have plenty of options, but this one is one of our favorites. And Hex has just started shipping its HEX Watch Band in the US. It will cost you $29.95 for this soft, flexible band.

Just insert your nano into the face, strap it on your wrist and you are good to go. It’s designed to be remarkably rugged and stand up to abuse, and the headphone socket is arranged so that the cable runs up your arm. It comes in nine colors to fit your own style.

iPod Nano 6G gets dipped in 24kt Gold

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on December 26th, 2010

If it isn’t swarovski crystals, it’s gold. These are the things that bling up our gadgets. Well,not our gadgets, rich folk’s gadgets. Computer Choppers are pimping out these Gold iPod Nano 6Gs. That’s right, these iPod Nano 6Gs has been dipped in 24kt gold.

Computer Choppers will even put some custom graphics on the rear. The price is so high that you’ll have to email to inquire about pricing. They don’t want to advertise just how much you’ll need to drop on these.

Griffin iPod nano watch Slap wristband

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

Your iPod nano watch options just got a bit more colorful, thanks to Griffin’s new Slap wristband. It appears to be the most protective and colorful option yet.

The Slap wristband is made entirely of a soft silicone and it’s available in eight different colors of the rainbow, completely ensconcing your iPod nano, while allowing you to control the volume and sleep / wake buttons through the case.

Hex iPod Nano Watch

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on November 7th, 2010

When Apple released the new iPod Nano, there were several watch strap accessories that turned the new iPod Nano into a watch. This one is from Hex and it is probably the best yet. It looks great. They didn’t just add a watch strap to the iPod Nano, the Hex watch band actually integrates the iPod Nano into the strap, protecting it.

The Hex watch band for the iPod Nano comes in several colors including white, black, blue, silver, orange, green, red, grey and pink for $24.95.

Rampant View makes your 5th gen iPod nano a head cam

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 26th, 2010

The current iPod nano may be better suited as a watch, but Rampant Gear isn’t done with the 5th generation iPod nano just yet. The company has just introduced its new Rampant View harness/headband which will turn your nano into a head cam.

Obviously it isn’t the best head-mounted camera option, but it is cheap at $35. You probably already have the 5th gen nano, so you might as well pony up the dough and capture some cool video.

Incipio Linq turns your iPod nano into a watch

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 12th, 2010

We all joked that the new iPod nano could be turned into a watch, so of course now iPod accessory makers are making accessories to turn your iPod nano into a digital wristwatch. It’s just gadget evolution. Incipio has announced the Linq, which is basically a case for the iPod nano, that also allows it to function as a wristwatch.

It will protect your device from bumps and knocks and drops. There’s no pricing info or a release date for this yet, but the nano really does make a nice watch it seems.

Latest iPod nano gets dissected

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 9th, 2010

The folks over at iFixit were not going to stop at just disassembling the new iPod touch. Now it is the nano’s turn. The 6th-gen device weighs 67 percent of the volume of its predecessor, with a thicker body and an integrated clip on back.

The teardown found that the 2010 nano has its front glass, LCD and touchscreen assembly all fused together. The battery size is 105mAh, which doubles the 2010 shuffle’s 51mAh.

Griffin Wristlet iPod nano case

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 2nd, 2010

Apple’s latest iPod nano is cute, even if it is just a wee bit small for it’s own good. The built-in clip will do it’s job, but Griffin is offering the new Wristlet casing for added protection. It’s a one-piece wrist strap protective casing for the iPod nano.

It will protect your iPod nano from scratches while helping you not to lose the tiny device. The Griffin Wristlet will be retailing for $19.99 and is currently available for pre-order.

iPod nano gets smaller and lighter, $149 for 8GB or $179 for 16GB

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on September 1st, 2010

Apple just revealed the 6th generation iPod nano, with a radical new redesign. The clickwheel is gone, replaced with a touchscreen interface and a shuffle-like square form factor. It’s 46 percent smaller and 42 percent lighter. Like I said, radical.

There are volume buttons on the side and a clip on the back as well as that multitouch touchscreen. You can expect 24 hours of audio playback. Seven color options will be available, including a Product RED option, with prices set at $149 for 8GB or $179 for 16GB.

iPod nano without Click Wheel is coming

Posted in iPod Nano by Conner Flynn on August 26th, 2010

Looks like the September 1st event by Apple might add a new iPod nano that could do away with the traditional Click Wheel design. It sure looks that way judging by some new cases. It’s a radical departure from previous generations of the iPod nano.

The missing Click Wheel makes it all smaller. We won’t know for sure until the event, but this one is looking confirmed.

Is the Apple iPod nano a possible fire hazard?

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on July 29th, 2010

Not that we knew of. However, Japan’s industry ministry has just ordered Apple to report on selected steps it will take concerning cases of iPod nanos overheating, which gives it a risk of catching fire. So far, overheating cases concerning the 2005 iPod nano while charging have caused at least 27 incidents. Out of those half a dozen fires were recorded which required firefighters to be called.

Aside from that, four different people suffered burns when they touched the device which overheated during charging. Apparently the ministry issued Apple Japan to take measures several times, but nothing has been done yet.

Coby MP620 is a $29 iPod Nano alternative

Posted in MP3 by Conner Flynn on July 4th, 2010

If you’re looking for an attractive and cheap iPad Nano alternative, this one will only cost you $29 and it looks like it is quality for that price. The Coby MP620 is a video and MP3 player that shares a similar form-factor with the Nano.

Sort of looks like those really small phasers from Star Trek: The Next Generation too. This device features a 1.8″ color LCD screen, and an FM radio. It comes in black, red or blue with a 4GB capacity for just $29.55 or $43.05 for the 8GB version.

iPod nano gets modded to play inside 8-track player

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2010

It’s been some time since we’ve used 8-Tracks. Here’s something that can hopefully make them cool again. This modder has made a Beach Boys deck connect to his iPod nano, complete with a headphone socket and USB port on the front for portability and charging.

When you plug it in, the 8-track transfers iPod signals into the source for plug-and-play awesomeness. So now you have an 8-track that holds 500 songs. Your daddy’s eight track didn’t do that.

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