The seventh-generation Apple iPod Nano is a fun, cute, capable MP3 player. With it, you can take virtually all of your iTunes media on the go — your music, videos, audiobooks, podcasts and even photos.
Priced at AU$169 and outfitted with 16GB of storage, the iPod Nano offers most of the amenities we've come to expect from an iPod, and strikes an interesting balance between the simplicity of the iPod Shuffle and the smartphone-like operation of the iPod Touch.
The Nano has seen some radical design changes over the years. This time around, Apple has fashioned it to look and behave like a tiny iPod Touch. It has a 2.5-inch touchscreen, complete with a small home button beneath it and a volume rocker switch on the left edge. A sleep/wake button is located on the top edge, while a headphone jack and a Lightning port are found on the bottom edge. The back of the Nano is a single piece of coloured aluminium (eight colours are available) that gives way to a glass panel on the front.