- It is such a small, silm and beautiful that it is difficult not to fall in love with it on first sight.
- The sound is just incredible. MP3 songs sound like a CD is being played. I am impressed by the sound.
- Though it has 1 GB capacity, but 894 MB is being used for storing of songs.
- It has many extra things, like games, calendar, alarm, stop watch etc. which, in my opinion, should not be on a MP3 player. It should just play music and make the listener happy.
- It has a time zone for setting up clock, which can be made to show on the title bar. Surprisingly it does not have Indian Time Zone. It had Bangkok and Karachi Time Zones. It is unbelievable. I think it might a bug. I give benefit of doubt to Apple. Do include Indian Time Zone in the next edition of Nano. Anyway, I selected Karachi, which has time zone of half an hour behind Indian Time Zone and adjusted the clock, to make it display the correct time.
- The body of the player is black, but the earphone are white. I wish the earphones were black too.
- The playing of song and making a playlist is quite easy. It remembers the last song on which you had played before pushed the stop button and switched off the player. Quite cool.
- I am really bowled over by the click wheel. It is really very innovative.
- It has a run time of 14 hours when the battery is fully charged. I have to check it.
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Here are my first impressions for my iPod Nano, which I have acquired recently.