iPod Nano is not the cheapest MP3 player around, but if you are into Apple’s user friendliness and design?brilliance, the iPod Nano Touch is an excellent choice. The?player?performance?is?spotless?and aided by an easy, to use interface with large icons and easy navigation. Battery life is also something to write home about. The?lightweight?clip-on?design?of the MP3 player makes it extremely?portable- you can adjust the?screen?to face any direction. The player has a clock display that allows it to be worn as a watch.
The iPod has become a ubiquitous piece of technology spanning the globe. With universality oddly enough also comes creativity. Thanks to the popularity of the iPod, we get to see quite a number of creative accessories to go along with the popular devices. Edwin Conan has taken class, function, and the Apple technology to the next level with his iPocketWatch case—turning a normal square mp3 player into a fusion of status and utility.
Some rare downsides of the iPod Nano Touch are that the screen is quite small for at least some of you. Another thing is that the earbuds are not as impressive as an Apple fan would like to and there is no?integrated?control. Even watch bands are not included with the Nano. A price drop from the previous version has made it more attractive.
This case essentially allows an iPod Nano, when set to its Roman numeral watch face mode, to be mounted and clipped to one’s body as a pocket watch would be. Aircraft grade aluminum gives the item an expensive look while still allowing access to any buttons on the unit, while a 12” chain ensures that your prized status symbol remains yours and firmly on your person.?you will not be able to find a classier watch with the utility of Apple technology,everyone wants to turn their mp3 player into an ultra-classy symbol of style,I think.