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Photos showing that the 7th gen iPod nano may feature a camera have leaked over the Internet, Monday.
Aside from the small form and the multi-touch screen of the iPod nano, photo evidences that leaked over the web show that the gadget may include a camera feature on its rear side, ditching the usual built-in clip.
Thanks to “Ray” of California, the rumor’s source, the next iPod nano will not include a clip as the current model does. Placing a clip on the back of the device would cover the camera lens on the supposed device. His report on the website tw.apple.pro claims that the camera is a low-resolution 1.3 megapixel lens.
Do you think a camera on the nano will click, or would you just prefer with the usual clip? Share your comments below.View Article Source »
Next gen Apple iPod Nano getting a camera? China leaks 7th Gen iPod Nano chassis photograph.
China seems to be on a leak-streak, as Chinese website – Apple.pro – unveils an image of what it seems to be the chassis for the next generation iPod nano. And from the looks of it, Apple’s 7th gen Nano is going to bring back what was taken from its previous iteration, the camera!
The last time the iPod Nano had a camera was back in its 5th generation version, where it had video recording, video playback, and a wide-screen display. Apple apparently removed these key features in the 6th gen nano to reduce the device’s size, a Multi-touch display, an iOS-ish interface, and a belt clip.
The leaked image tells an interesting tale that we might have a camera while still having the device’s current miniscule size. This would make a great gadget for espionage, eh?View Article Source »
Audiocubes created a new invention that will make music-lovers go crazy. Presenting the Sony SRS-V500IP iPod Dock Speaker.
Audiocubes, a site more commonly known for their transport of Japan wonders to American geeks surprised us recently. Why? The company is now selling the Sony’s SRS-V500IP iPod dock and speaker that made us go ‘wow.’ It looks like a coffee maker with an iPod dock. The tumbler is equipped with the Circle Sound Stage speaker system which will play music in 360 degrees angle.
A 3.5 mm stereo output is also present for those who were not only after Apple-produced music. It also comes with a remote control that regularizes the “sit back, relax and enjoy” moment you’ve been dreaming off. Being portable is also a necessity.
Priced at $240, Audiocubes come in color pink, orange and black.View Article Source »
The iPod Nano received a grand makeover and it became irresistible.
The much-awaited event of Apple has caused a few shocks and huge awes. The all-new revamped iPods are making us lust for more.
The iPod Nano was redesigned and is now Multi Touch – you’re reading it right. It is the technology that lets you tap your way to the next song. Plus, it comes in vibrant colors.
The gadget also allow you to see album covers and wallpapers on a 1.5 inch color display with a 240 x 240 pixel resolution.Read the rest of the article »
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