Convenience In An iPod?

Convenience In An iPod? Yes!! The iPods are moving up in the world! If you are looking for a great gift for someone big or small, apple iPods hold the key for the once only music enthusiasts , however now accommodate the movie savvy and exercise gurus . I myself own many versions of the iPods and think they are downright amazing, from the iPod video or now known as the iPod classic to the iPod shuffle that once was as the size of a stick of gum, but has since gotten smaller.

Nike is now working with apple and together they made a device from apple to place in a Nike shoe that, as you start your workouts (walking or running), transmits information to your iPod nano, tracking your time, distance, pace, and calories burned. If you choose, real-time, spoken feedback can even alert you to milestones throughout your workout. Now that is a great motivator! If your buying for someone who already has an iPod nano, the whole device that is called Apple Nike + iPod Sport Kit (which includes the wireless sensor for Nike+ shoes & wireless receiver for iPod nano) only costs between $25.-$30.00 on amazon.com and it makes a great gift!

Apple also offers the new iPhone and iPod Touch both internet compatible and fun and easy to use. Both the iPhone and the new iPod Touch have rave reviews. The apple iPod Touch is the apple iPhone without the cell phone capabilities and thus is priced a lot lower. The iPod Touch is avalible at amazon.com with some versions offered at a discounted price. If your wanting to get a music player (aka MP3 player) for someone special, then make it an apple iPod, and get the most for your money! Happy Holidays!!

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Comment by Hello22 Subscribed to comments via email
2007-12-19 22:11:23

I just might buy one soon–thanks for the post, it was very concise :)

 
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