I also knew nothing about them, so I bought a Classic. The Nano was small
enough to be irritating IMO, especially if she's a reading glasses person
like my mum who can use my Classic, just, but not my brothers Nano without
her glasses. The Touch is just an expensive iPhone with no phone in it.
My other half was well pleased with her Nano and there's enough space for a
decent sized music collection. Also small enough to take to the gym or be
in your pocket without getting in the way. Despite not being a huge fan I'm
impressed with it, especially the screen - you could happily watch a movie /
tv show on it if you felt the need, but only if you have good eyes (luckily
Dunno about the rest :)
The Nanos don't have enough capacity to keep all your music on them all
the time, so you have to plan what you'll want to listen to in advance.
Which kind of defeats the point in an iPod for me.
SteveH 'You're not a real petrolhead unless you've owned an Alfa Romeo'
www.italiancar.co.uk - Alfa 156 TSpark Sportwagon Veloce Selespeed
Get a touch, jailbreak it then fill it with free apps for everything from an
inclinometer to a G-tech type device (there is one coming that will with the
right lead plug into the OBD2 port). Like the rest of the iPod range there
are much better options from other companies for MP3 players so if what she
is after is an MP3 or MP4 player don't get an iPod.
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