Released September 2009: The iPod nano has been the world's most popular MP3 player for years, and the 5th Generation model builds on its predecessor with a similar design, a larger screen, and a built-in video camera and FM radio.
Apple didn't stray too far from the 4th Generation model when they designed the iPod nano 5G, but they did add some new cards to the deck. The 5G nano includes a VGA video camera that shoots video at 640x480 (the camera doesn't do still photos). They also added FM radio can pause live music for up to 15 minutes, and can tag compatible stations' music so that you can purchase it later in iTunes. Other new additions include an accelerometer-based pedometer for keeping track of each step you take (an includes support for the Nike+ pedometer as well), Voice Memos, VoiceOver, and Genius Mixes.
The 5G nano is available in two capacities, 8GB and 16GB, and nine colors (seen left). With a full charge, you'll get about 24 hours of audio playback or 5 hours of video.
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