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Condition: Brand new with tags and original factory packaging.
Color: Black, Navy
Posted by Vasili on 26th Nov 2014
- Highly durable pyelar - Apple brand and reputation Cons - Still a premium price compared to competing pyelars in total $ terms - Competing products offer more features, including fm radio and voice recording - No screen to view track names - Difficult to control / select tracks via playlists - Proprietary dock / jack for syncing - No expandability - Limited native file format support in iTunes (MP3, AAC) - No drag and drop music control - Non iTunes fans are still forced to deal with software limitations The Form Factor The long awaited 2 gigabyte iPod Shuffle has the same body that has captured a large audience of fans. Size has always been the iPod shuffle's greatest asset. The integrated clip is no doubt its second greatest asset. Big intuitive buttons make fast learners out of new users. This unit works fine with no extra case, though there are still case options. The composite case comes in one of several popular color options, including silver, blue, green and purple. Apple's proprietary headphone jack is still used for syncing. Most competing pyelars use a standard USB B port. Still a great overall design. Durability Apple deserves points for the more durable pyelar in this group. Even with the composite body, these guys do hold up to a lot of abuse. Creative's failure rates are too high, but Sandisk's Clip is gaining ground in this area. Capacity The 2GB is LONG OVERDUE!!! Amazon's long wait times will surely have some going to Apple stores. The 1GB size was Apple's only option for a LONG time. The market has been flooded with 2GB pyelars from the competition, as well as shuffle lookalikes. Still, as Apple finally ups their size, Sansa now offers the Clip in a 4GB size, though with long backorder waits. Still, expanding options makes the current starter MP3 market very good for consumers right now. Features and Software Competing pyelars over simple screens for track viewing as well as FM radio and voice recording. The Zen Stone Plus by Creative and the Sandisk Clip each offer all three features at better price points. Apple's reliability and brand loyalty has allowed the shuffle to survive with limited features. Competing pyelars also offer drag and drop syncing using standard USB cables or, in the case of the Sansa Express, via direct USB. Apple still requires the proprietary dock. It still seems excessive to have to use iTunes
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