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iPod Shuffle 1 GB Review
Author: Gabriel Torres 56,457 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: March 10, 2008
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The iPod Shuffle

iPod shuffle comes in four colors: blue, grey, green, purple and red (this last color only on Apple stores). It doesn’t have an LCD display, which helped shrinking its size, weight and price.

iPod Shuffle
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Figure 4: iPod shuffle.

As you can see, it doesn’t have a lot of buttons, making it probably the easiest MP3 player to use. It only has volume control, play/pause, jump to previous/next song and that’s it. At the bottom of the unit you can also find the mode switch – where you can choose between playing the songs on the same order they are saved inside the player or to shuffle them up.

iPod Shuffle
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Figure 5: iPod shuffle, bottom view.

Besides the on/off switch there is a tiny LED that indicates battery life (green: good charge; orange: low charge; red: very low charge) or status, when the iPod shuffle is connected to the PC (green: charged; orange: charging; blinking orange: transferring files).

On the top of the unit there is just one 3.5-mm jack, which is used for installing both the headphones and the docking station.

iPod Shuffle
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Figure 6: iPod shuffle, top view.

In Figure 7 we took a picture of iPod shuffle besides a ruler for you to see how small it really is.

iPod Shuffle
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Figure 7: iPod shuffle is really small, measuring only 1.62” (4.12 cm)!

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