Wednesday, March 11th 2009

Apple Launches the 3rd-Generation iPod Shuffle with 4 GB Internal Storage

Apple today introduced the all-new iPod shuffle. The world’s smallest music player, the 3rd-generation iPod shuffle is nearly half the size of the previous model. To control it, you use the new earphone cord. Best of all, it talks to you. Thanks to the new VoiceOver feature, iPod shuffle speaks your song titles, artists, and playlist names. The player comes only with 4 GB internal flash drive, no other capacities are available, but four gigabytes are enough to hold up to 1000 songs. Available today in silver or black, the Apple iPod shuffle 3rd gen costs just $79. Find more info here.

Source: Apple
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29 Comments on Apple Launches the 3rd-Generation iPod Shuffle with 4 GB Internal Storage

#1
h3llb3nd4
Nice, small 'n nifty! cool but probably would cost a lot :(
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#3
Cheeseball
As long as it continues to use the Samsung audio decoder chipset (just like the 2nd generation Shuffle, H100 iRivers and e200 Sansas), I'm still going through with the order. Good audio quality in a small package. :) Just two more days!
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KennyT772
Too bad the headphones are drm locked... IE you have to use the included headphones, or pay for a licensed pair from a partner company. I'll stick to the 3rd gen nano I found on the side of the road...
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