The smallest Media Player ever



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What is the world's smallest media player?


Everyone has two things in common these days. Everyone wants the latest and greatest gadgets and everyone wants them to be as small as possible. That’s why when Apple created the iPod Nano, the world jumped on board with the craze. The iPod Nano is the smallest multimedia player you can find on the market. There are smaller music players available, such as the iPod Shuffle, but the Nano is different because not only can you play music, but you can now also record video, making it the world’s smallest media player – even according to the Guinness Book of World Records!

The iPod Nano measures 21 x 16 pixels, which is considerably smaller than its counterparts that usually measure approximately 32 x 32. So, other than its ability to record, what else did Apple do to make their smallest invention one of the largest successes on the market? Info messages in audio mode now only appear once. So if you’re running low on battery or your machine needs to communicate something else to you, you won’t constantly be cancelling those annoying messages. There’s also a new search button included so you can now do more things than ever such as playing an entire CD by pressing just one button. And let’s not forget that video feature! Not only can you record, but you can also play in reverse, use Real Player format, move forward, and move through the video at different speeds.

The iPod Nano is the world’s smallest media player. And it certainly proves that good things do come in small packages!


The Nano

The smallest Media Player ever

The smallest Media Player ever