<p>Compact and stylish the new Apple iPod shuffle is perfect for the commute to work or in the gym. Simply clip on to a belt, lapel, backpack or anything else you can think of to listen in comfort. Now features a voice over button giving you song, artist and battery information. </p><p>Key features</p><ul><li>Small and wearable with a polished anodised alumiunium finish.</li><li>Play your music, audiobook or podcast.</li><li>The VoiceOver button enables you to hear the song title, playlist menu and battery status.</li><li>Supports multiple playslists and Genius Mixes.</li><li>Clip, volume controls.</li></ul><p>Technical specifications</p><ul><li>2GB storage holds up to 500 songs.</li><li>Compatible with MAC and PC.</li><li>Recharge through USB port.</li></ul><p>General information</p><ul><li>15 hours battery life or provides up to 15 hours music playback.</li><li>Includes earphones.</li><li>Size H2.9, W3.2, D0.87 cm.</li><li>EAN: 885909611836.</li></ul>
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Review 1 for Apple iPod Shuffle 2GB - Yellow.
Posted25 November 2014
Age:55 to 64
Ease of use/set up
"I got the shuffle specifically to play audiobooks and it's a brilliant piece of kit. My only niggle is that it is so easy to be wrong by a centimetre and think you've pressed pause when you haven't. So very often I've thought I'm picking up the story where I left it, only to find it's in a completely different place, which is very irritating."
"It is what is says - an iPod shuffle - you cannot compare it to its bigger and better brothers and sisters. It is doing the job I want it for - to learn my music for choir - I have it all in one place and can listen as I walk or run. I haven't yet figured how to tell if the battery is low, or whether I can - and that would be the only downside for me. But I just make sure I charge it regularly."
"A pleasing simplicity to the design and operation. Small and light so I chose a bright colour to make it easier to find if I drop it. Only costs £39, it comes with earphones and USB charging/data cables. I connect it to my Windows 8.1 PC and use iTunes to put what I want onto it each day. 2Gb is proving to be plenty of storage for listening to books and podcasts in the car with a Belkin FM transmitter (£29.99) plugged into the earphone socket. Perfect portable, affordable, solution."
"I got this for going running as my iPod classic is too valuable to me and indeed heavy and have since taken it abroad on holiday, don't be put off by there not being a screen, hitting the little button on top tells you the playlist, the name of song and battery life percentage all through your headphones. I'm overall very happy with it."
"This was brought for my 9 Year Daughter, hence the choice of purple. Due to its compact and robust design have had no issues in this area. Did experience problem when loading files onto the shuffle in that it failed to play them and kept on insisting that I sync it with iTunes. Having read online manual believe this is easily resolved."
"bought this for my niece for her birthday and she loves it...as with all apple mp3 players it has a decent crisp sound looks pretty comes in a array of colours and is easy to use and as a entry level mp3 player its well worth the money....the only down sides to this player is not having a screen to see what music you have or want to play and the earphones are not the best but for the price you pay its still very good value"