If you're curious about the iPod nano (or jonesing for one come Christmas), take a look at Ars Technica's excellent nano review. Every facet of the micro-sized player is covered, from the "commemorative" bag it arrives in to the frankly astonishing amount of punishment it can take before giving up the ghost.
Speaking personally, the nano seems more like the type of iPod I'd actually want to own—I never felt like the other options were quite portable enough, and the iPod Shuffle's lack of an LCD or scroll wheel was an instant killer. For the rest of you that might've been eyeing an iPod for the past couple years, do you think the nano is a good reason to finally jump on board?
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