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Generic iPod nano, shuffle clones emerge

updated 04:25 pm EDT, Mon March 12, 2007

iPod nano, shuffle clones

Direct clones of Apple's most recent iPods have surfaced, according to Electronista. The Shuffle2-Style MP3 Player is an obvious parallel to Apple's screenless device, complete with an integrated clip and similar playback order controls; a 1GB version ships from the online store for $19 but may require the Shuffle II cradle ($5), an imitation of the iPod shuffle's dock for transferring and charging through USB. Equally imitative is the Nano2-Style MP4 Player, which resembles Apple's mid-range jukebox with only slight differences: a slightly larger screen and data sync through a mini-USB cable separate it from the original. It too is available from DealExtreme with 1GB of storage for $27. The manufacturer of the two devices is unnamed. Visit Electronista for more images.

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  1. jayparry

    Joined: Dec 1969



    WOW! those are precise dimensions!!

    Dimensions: 3.543307083 in x 1.574803148 in x 0.1968503935 in Weight: 6.16236114393 oz

    the manuf. seems to be Kehjar?

  1. Peter Bonte

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Something about

    Imitation and flattery :/

  1. dscottbuch

    Joined: Dec 1969


    >10x heavier

    If that weight is correct this thing weighs a ton (relatively speaking) as the Apple shuffle weighs in at 0.55 Oz. Hope that clip grips like iron.

  1. bogmonster

    Joined: Dec 1969



    Someone used a calculator for the US specs postings....

    3.543307083" = 9.0 cm

    Apparently rounding is considered imprecise

  1. officewallah

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Re: dimensions

    bogmonster wrote :

    | Apparently rounding is considered imprecise

    Precision is the enemy of accuracy.

    If only Americans could just understand dimensions of 90 40 5 mm when they see 'em . . .

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