"Too little memory? Speak for yourself."5.0 starson by abbcccdddd
Pros: Size is a big plus.
Cons: People whine too much.
Summary: I have a 3G iPod w/ 40G of memory. I have about 3G worth of songs, books, and Podcasts on it. I'm getting one of these as soon as I can get my hands on one.Updated
Took me a day to decide but I went with the white. Call me a traditionalist.
Went with the 4G version.
Didn't go for any of the Harry Potter books though.Updated
I wish I hadn't gotten home from work so late. The nano is charging now! I'll let it charge up over night and play with it tomorrow after I've gotten some sleep!Updated
Carried it in my shirt pocket all day. Listened to music on the way to work and Calling All Catholics Live on the way home. I have no issues with the audio.
I played with the other features a little bit. I think the stopwatch will replace the old one I use for gym. I'll have to wait until the next gym class to know for sure.
The screen is smaller but I think it's easier to read.
I love it. I stand by my rating!!!Updated
I've had it for a day short of a week. It's lived up to all my expectations and it has replaced my cheap stopwatch for gym. The "Hey, cool" factor among the kids wore off quickly and I'm happy I have one less thing to carry around (not that it was heavy, but it was one more thing). I've even dropped it once. No damage to the iPod but it did take ten years off my life.
I do have one small scratch on it now. I'm almost certain it came from the pen I carry around in my pocket.
My wife the quilter has made me a nano cozy that should hold me at least until I find a case I fall in love with.Updated
Had it for 20 days if you can count 12:51am as day 20. I still love it to death. I use it every day on my commute to work (55ish minutes). The pocket cozy works just fine. My wife is considering a version two with some bating to give it a little cushioning but I'm afraid of bulk.
I have become quite adept at using my index finger to work the controls which solved my problem of it being a little narrow for my ham hands.Updated
Still love it to death.
Has worked without a hitch.
The battery easily holds me through a week of commutes to and from work. I recharge it every Sunday when I sync it to refresh my podcast collection. I haven't run the battery all the way out yet so I can't speak to maximum battery life. Let's just say it runs for at least as long as I want it to run between charges.
No new scratches although since the scratching issue came up everywhere you turn, I am more cautious with it.
Never did buy a case for it. Didn't want to offend the little woman who has made me a new cozy in a Winnie the Pooh fabric that she picked up. The kids like it, what can I say. The little ones giggle when they see it (I'm a middle aged man and they find my attachment to the Hundred Acre Woods odd even though I work in an elementary school).