Alongside an announcement for a phone with a rather small memory size, Apple today announced the latest in its range of iPod's: the iPod Nano. iTunes now accounts for 4...

Alongside an announcement for a phone with a rather small memory size, Apple today announced the latest in its range of iPod’s: the iPod Nano. iTunes now accounts for 4 digital music sales out of 5 and this little fella will surely enhance that lead. This tiny chappy has a 1.5” color display audio player that comes in both 2GB and 4GB. It replaces the iPod mini.

The announcements have been a a bit of a wet-dream for bloggers. Here’s a round up of what they’ve been saying:

"If you’re willing to ignore the fact that the headphone jack is located on the bottom of the device (sigh), you’ll be otherwise rewarded with a device that’s no more than 62% the size of the once diminutive iPod mini." Engadget "Best of all, it’s available in black!" Josh Rubin "I’d predict multi-color editions will come out soon, as well as some nice capacity size bumps." Josh Spear "Despite the Nano’s premium price ($199 and $249), this will be a very hot product." Carl Howe "Dude, that was a bit of a curveball. Here I was, tapping away on my laptop when suddenly Jobs whipped a tiny little player out of his pocket." Bobbie Johnson "Those Bastards, They Killed Mini!" Gizmodo "We lost 1-0 to Northern Ireland! It’s a dark day for English football. England need to get rid of the Eriksson!" Piers Fawkes

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