I cried. I laughed and then was stuck by the Technology behind it. This review was one of its kind, for the latest iPod Nano. For long, I wondered what makes the iPod an iPod. I've broken open, Walkmans, TV Remote Controls, and Radios as I traced my quest as a budding electronics engineer. I've studied about the EEPROMs and RISC architecture.
But now, it was this review that gave me an insight on what went into the iPod Nano. Memory Chips, Processors and even the awesome thin stip of printed circuit behind the 'Click Wheel' caught me unaware. We had seen and wondered the beauty of the pencil-thick Nano. And now this insight review... We jus dont know, how far the technology can grow and what lies in our future.
Not withstanding the extreme review, Apple has admitted that there was some fault in Nano's LCD screen that made LCDs in some of the Nanos crack and break. However, Apple also maintained that it was a quality problem and not a design problem in Nano.
Even then, who wouldnt want to try their hands on the best tech gig the world has ever seen - 'iPod Nano'.
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