Apple® 2GB 4th Generation iPod Shuffle w/ Speaker & Accessories

Choices: Blue, Pink, Gold-tone, Silver-tone or Grey iPod Shuffle

Never leave a favorite tune behind. Along with up to 15 hours of battery life, iPod shuffle holds hundreds of songs. That's plenty of room for the essential songs of your workout or commute. And for multiple playlists, Genius Mixes, podcasts, and audiobooks, too. The clickable control pad on the front of iPod shuffle makes it easy to see and use the music controls - play, pause, forward, or back.

Click, click, click. It's music to your fingers iTunes on your Mac or PC makes it easy to load up your iPod shuffle. Just choose the playlists, audiobooks, podcasts, and other audio files you want, then sync. You can sync multiple playlists to iPod shuffle, so you always have the perfect mix for whatever mood strikes you.

There's another way to get a good mix of music on iPod shuffle: Let Genius do the work. Genius automatically finds songs that sound great together, then creates playlists called Genius Mixes that you can sync to your iPod shuffle. It's the perfect way to rediscover songs you haven't listened to in forever.

Its main body is crafted from a single piece of aluminum, so iPod shuffle feels solid, sleek, and durable. And the color palette makes it the perfect fashion accessory. iPod shuffle isn't just portable. It's wearable, too. Clip it to your shirt, jacket, workout gear, backpack, or purse strap, and it stays put - whether you're running an errand or running around the track.

What's Included
  • Apple® 2GB 4th Generation iPod Shuffle
  • Apple Earphones
  • USB Cable
  • Quick Start guide
  • USB Audio Cable
  • Audio Splitter
  • USB Car Charger
  • Speaker

  • Dimensions: 1.14"H x 1.24"W x 0.34"D
  • Weight: 0.44 oz

Made in China

iPod Shuffle Only Warranty: One-year limited warranty provided by Apple. For warranty support, please call: 1-800-692-7753.

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When choosing an MP3 player, there are many aspects to consider. In addition to the basic considerations of features, size and price, you're also going to want to think about the type of activities in which you'll be using it.

Features to Consider When Choosing an MP3 Player

  • Color Screen for Viewing Photos & Videos
    If you like the idea of being able to tote around your favorite photos in JPEG format to show friends and co-workers, look for an MP3 player with a color screen. BMP images will generally also be compatible. For video playback, make sure the player has a big enough screen for you to comfortably watch short videos. (For extended video viewing, opt for a device specifically made for videos, since the screen will be much larger.)
  • Radio
    Some players feature an FM tuner for radio reception, expanding your listening options. Some players even have the ability to record from FM radio to MP3, which allows you to record quick audio snippets or your favorite song from the radio.
  • Music & Voice Recording
    To record high-quality audio suitable for music recording, make sure the MP3 player can record through an analog line-input. A player with a decent ADC and one that can record to uncompressed WAV files will produce the highest-quality recordings. Real-time encoding to MP3 is convenient for encoding from vinyl, cassette or CD without a computer. If all you want to do is record a quick voice memo or a lecture, look for a player with a small internal microphone for recording the spoken word. The recordings will not be as high quality as a music recording, but you can generally record for hours since the sampling rate is typically low.
  • Data Storage & Personal Information Management
    Many MP3 players have a large enough capacity to double as an external storage device. This allows you to shuttle data between PCs, great for business travelers or quick file swapping on-the-go. Some MP3 players even have a scaled-down version of a phone book or date book. Features are generally limited, but are nice for simple viewing when you aren't at your computer.
  • Battery Life
    Battery type and life are critical factors to consider when choosing an MP3 player. An internal rechargeable battery is generally preferred. These batteries tend to have a fairly long life, but may eventually need to be replaced and can be somewhat costly. The other option for flash-based players are those using AA or AAA batteries. While these batteries are inexpensive, they may have to be replaced often depending on how much you use your MP3 player.
  • Wireless Capability
    The latest technology in MP3 players is wireless connectivity, although it's yet to become standard on every device. There are various ways wireless capabilities can be incorporated into an MP3 player: Users of the same device can use Wi-Fi to share songs via a beaming feature. Wi-Fi can also be used for wireless music purchasing and downloading via an online music store. Finally, Bluetooth technology can be used for pairing with a compatible accessory (such as wireless headphones) for cord-free listening.

    Choosing an MP3 Player & Accessories
    When choosing an MP3 player, you'll want to consider the type of activities you'll be doing when using it. Pick a player that fits your needs. If you have more than one way you want to use your device, you may want to consider buying more than one player to address various needs.

  • The Commuter
    If you commute via public transportation, look for a flash-based player for compact portability and noise-canceling headphones to help mute outside noise. If you're commuting by car, go for a hard-drive-based player to get the most bang for your buck, as physical size is not as much of an issue. If your car stereo has a built-in dock or some type of compatible connection, you're already set to go. If not, you'll need an accessory to transmit the audio from the MP3 player through your car's speakers. A compatible FM transmitter, Bluetooth transmitter or cassette adapter will do the job.
  • The Workout Buff
    If listening to tunes helps jumpstart your exercise routine, you'll want a small yet durable MP3 player. Opt for a flash-based player that's easy to operate with one hand and, if desired, one with an FM radio so you're able to tune into TVs at the gym. You'll want headphones that will stay in place while you're working out and an accessory that allows you to attach your MP3 player to your body, such as an armband or beltclip.
  • The Traveler
    MP3 player size and battery life are key factors for travelers on-the-go. If you'll be traveling with the laptop that stores all your music, you'll have the ability to easily swap out files on your MP3 player. Therefore, choose a small to mid-capacity flash-based player which will not add bulk to your carry-on. If you'll be laptop-free, go for a high-capacity player that can store the majority of your music and has a replaceable battery in case you're not able to recharge often. Noise-canceling headphones are necessary, as well.
  • The File Hoarder
    If collecting digital music has become an obsession for you, you'll want a player with as much storage space as you can get. Hard-drive based players are available with capacities up to 160GB, which can rival the hard drive space of some computers. Between the two, you'll have plenty of space for all your music files.