Apple iPod Nano 2010 Specs And Prices

On Wednesday Apple announced a load of new products in the iPod line. They announced a new iPod Shuffle, Nano and Touch as well as the new Apple TV and upgrades to iTunes including their new social network Ping. Now the conference is over, the Apple store has been updated with the new line of products and we can see prices and specs of the new devices.

The new iPod Nano has received the biggest change out of all the revamped iPods, as it has lost the iconic scroll wheel and is now entirely a multi-touch touch screen which is big enough to hold 4 iOS icons. The 8GB version costs £154 (£129 with £25 VAT, duty and levies), $149 in the US with taxes added afterwards, whilst the 16GB version costs £189 (£159 with £30 VAT, duty and levies) $179 in the US with taxes added later.

In terms of battery life, the Nano can run up to 24 hours of music playback when fully charged. Charging time via USB is 1.5 hours up to 80% and the device is fully charged after 3 hours. The screen is a fully multi-touch 1.54 inch touch screen, and the device has an accelerometer built in. As with all Apple devices, it has a 3.5mm stereo headphone jack and comes packed in with Apple earphones and an Apple USB cable.

For details on how to order your iPod Nano, head on over to either the US online store or the UK online store. For international users, you can change the language with the flag icon at the bottom of the page. What do you think about the Nano redesign? Let us know in the comments.