Apple iPod Nano (old)

Apple iPod Nano (old)

Because the newer 'fat' nano's have been released the older versions of this tiny music player can now be had for bargain prices. Sure the newer nano's have a larger screen, but it is still too tiny to watch a movie or tv show from comfortably. The surface of the older nano's do scratch easily but it's a small price to pay since these are going for so cheap now.

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