Apple unveils flash-based iPod nano
Apple has rolled out a new addition to its iPod family. The iPod nano, which looks to be a replacement for the iPod mini, measures 3.5" x 1.6" x 0.27" and weighs just 42 grams. Despite its small size, the nano manages to squeeze in a click wheel and a 1.5" color screen that can also display photos. Storage is handled by flash memory, with 2GB and 4GB flavors available for $199 and $249, respectively. Apple claims that the nano gets 14 hours of battery life, and if you prefer the dark side, it's also available in black.