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1GB iPod nano may replace Shuffle

updated 02:40 pm EST, Wed February 1, 2006

iPod nano vs Shuffle

Apple's tiny iPod shuffle may be replaced by a new 1GB version of the iPod nano, according to recent reports. Appleinsider reports that the possible new Nano version would most likely feature a small screen, thus making it a more enticing low-end product in the digital music player market. Adding a screen would reportedly only cost Apple about $8 more per unit. The smallest iPod nano version ships with 2GB of storage, costing $200, whereas the Shuffle costs $100-130 with 512MB- 1GB available.

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