Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Green (2nd Generation) OLD MODEL

Apple iPod shuffle 2 GB Green (2nd Generation) OLD MODEL
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Product Description

Using either witchcraft, fairy dust or highly gifted engineers (we're not sure which), Apple has created an iPod Shuffle of an almost impossibly small size. Only slightly bigger than a U.S. quarter, this teensy-weensy device packs 2GB of Storage space. Enough for up to 480 of your favorite songs! Apple also attached a clip to the back of the Shuffle, so you can wear it anywhere for skip-free Music playback. Perfect for working out or just walking down the street. Unit Dimensions - 1.62 x 1.07 x 0.41 (including clip) Unit Weight - 0.55 oz. Color - Green

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #4005 in Consumer Electronics
  • Size: 2 GB
  • Color: Green
  • Brand: Apple
  • Model: MB522LL/A
  • Released on: 2008-02-19
  • Dimensions: 1.00 pounds
  • Display size: 0


  • Lets you wear up to 500 songs on your sleeve. Or your lapel. Or your belt.
  • The shuffle is the only iPod that's wearable right out of the box
  • Stylish green color
  • Collect music on the iTunes jukebox. Buy songs from the iTunes Store. Sync them to iPod shuffle.
  • Measures 1.07 x 1.62 x 0.41 inches (H x W x D), weighs .55 ounces

Editorial Reviews Product Description The 2 GB iPod shuffle lets you wear up to 500 songs on your sleeve. Or your lapel. Or your belt. And now it's available in your choice of remixed colors. Clip on iPod shuffle and wear it as a badge of musical devotion. Controls iPod shuffle pays respect to its bigger siblings with a circular control pad that puts the "go" in ergonomic. Click the center button to play and pause. Click the outer buttons to move back, skip forward, and adjust volume.
Pop the iPod shuffle into the included dock and sync with iTunes. View iPod shuffle dimensions.
The shuffle switch lets you mix up the iPod contents, or play playlists in the order you want. View larger.
Clip Thanks to a built-in clip, iPod shuffle goes with anything. Clip it to your sleeve, lapel, coin pocket. No matter where you wear it, iPod shuffle speaks volumes about your style. Shuffle switch Embrace your inner rebel: Flip the shuffle switch to mix up iPod shuffle's contents. Flip it again to play your handpicked playlists and albums in the order you synced them from iTunes. Battery indicator Green means go, amber means you're low, and red means you've almost hit zero. But with up to 12 hours of battery life, the iPod shuffle may keep rocking even longer than you do. Headphone jack The headphone jack does double-duty as a dock connector. Flip iPod shuffle upside-down and drop it into the included dock. Connect the dock to your Mac or PC for a quick sync and charge. Away from your computer? Charge on the go with the optional Apple USB power adapter.

Customer Reviews

The 2 Gig. Twice the Storage in Case You Need It.4 I've long thought about buying an iPod, but the price always held me back. When Apple recently lowered the price of the shuffle, I jumped. But I did spend a little extra and buy the 2 GB model. I mean, for $20 more, who wouldn't? This model actually allows you to input 1.89 Gigs of music. Why the difference? Because the iPod needs some space for the software. Depending on the size of the songs, that translates to roughly 500 songs. The first time around, I got 498 songs on it, and I had three 11 minutes song included. I just reloaded and got 528 songs on. I did use a different computer (although it had to erase everything because it only connects with one computer at a time), but it looked like it grabbed shorter songs this time. The iPod comes with everything you need to get started. You've got the device itself, the ear bud headphones, and the docking device. You use this device to connect your iPod to your computer. While connected, you can load songs from iTunes and charge the device. And that's one of the weaknesses of the device (and Apple in general). You can only load songs from their music player. Fortunately, anyone can download iTunes from Apple for free, so that isn't an issue. But it would be nice if it worked with other programs. Additionally, you must plug it into a computer to charge it. Loading songs is pretty straight forward. You can either create a play list for it to load or have it load up random songs. The device is small and lightweight. But what I love is the build in clip that allows you to attach it to any article of clothing. I bought it mainly to use while running or working out. It's perfect for that. Just clip it and forget about it. And, at half an ounce, it is so lightweight you don't even notice it. The controls are well laid out and easy and obvious to use. My biggest complaint is one I knew I would have before I bought it. If you've put one song on the iPod and decide that is the one you really want to hear, good luck finding it. There is no screen. You can tell it to play in shuffle or in playlist order. But you have to skip tons of songs to find the one you want. The battery lasts about 12 hours. And with 500 songs, you get over 30 hours of music. So you really don't need all those songs since you could just pick different songs every time you charge it. The only time it indicates battery strength is when you first turn it one, which seems strange. If you don't check as soon as you turn it off, you might turn it on some time to find it is out of juice. I also wish the noise level was standardized. I have to adjust the volume on practically every song. So do you really need the added storage capacity of the 2 GB model? That's for you to decide. But if you just want something to play a few random songs for you while you do other things, this is a great model to get. iPop Shuffle works fine5 What's there to say? It's an Apple iPod and works just fine. Price was right and it arrived almost immediately although I used the "free" shipping option. How do I love thee, Shuffle?5 What is there to say about the iPod shuffle that hasn't already been said in the other 300+ reviews? So here are the five things *I* like best about it: It's small and lightweight and goes right into my shirt pocket. It's inexpensive so if i lose or break it or if it is stolen no big deal. I can use the controls without looking at it. It holds just the right amount of music. Sand doesn't mess it up at the beach. The charge lasts a long time. Okay, so that's six. Anyway, I've had my shuffle for 2 1/2 years and I still love it.