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Blue iPod nano 4G: Buyers Guide for the Blue nano 4G

Updated on October 24, 2008

iPod nano 4G Blue is Cool

The new iPod nano 4G comes in a whole range of colors: hence the tag chromatic. Althought there are only two sizes of iPod nano 4G on offer the 8GB or the 16GB the colour choice is really a lot more complex: so lets look at the blue iPod nano 4G and see just who would suit a nano 4G blue.

The nano 4G is the latest of Apple's succesful iPod series. When once the colours were restricted to black or white: the clever design people at Apple have figured out long-ago that fashion and looks are probably more important than the actual function of the iPod. In fact the iPod has been called the design icon of the decade: yes the iPod has been around since 2001! The new nano 4G is just the latest version of the long-running successful iPod line.

iPod nano 4G in Blue for Men

Blue is an ancient colour: often associated with boys, and ancient crazy Celts who used to dress up in blue wode before they went to battle. Blue is one of the most popular colours for men to this day: check out the number of blue shirts and suits sold in every western country.

nano 4G iPod in Blue for the Police

Blue has an ancient history associated with the creative power of God and symbolic of heaven. Ancient Roman public servants wore blue today reflected in the common colour of police uniforms; blue. The ancient custom of wearing "something blue" is because blue symbolized love, fidelity and purity.

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Photo credit: dentTech via flickr
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Photo Credit; Maritn LeBar via flickr
Blue Room photo credit: ottoman42 via flickr
Blue Room photo credit: ottoman42 via flickr

iPod 4G nano Blue - Easy to Decorate with

Blue is a very easy colour to see: easier to see than red in the dark and is therefore used for signal ling on railways. Maybe a iPod nano 4g blue would be easier to see in the dark? Blue is also the colour of air mail and anything marine.

Blue is one of the most popular colours for bedrooms as the colour is seen as cool, calming and therefore suitable for dropping off in. It also a more neutral colour than decorating in pink or black - so if the room is shared by a man and a woman blue is a great compromise. Blue makes a room look larger and is a cool colour which cools down a room.

In flowers and foods blue is rare, the most common blue fruits are blue plums and blueberries.

How to Turn your iPod nano Blue ?

Well its fine you can buy an iPod nano 4G in blue. But what if you don't want to be blue the whole day long? The solution could be purchasing a blue case for your iPod nano 4G so that at a whim you can change colours!

First time Shopper on eBay?

Shopping on eBay is easy and safe and will often save you a lot of money. If you click on any of the items featured in this hub you will be taken to eBay, the world's largest online auction house. If the item isn't quite what you want just do a search on eBay there are quite literally thousands of iPod nano accessories to choose from.

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Most items on eBay are for auction so you have to wait until the closing time to know whether you have won the auction. A good alternative for cheap items, under $10 or $20 is to use the "buy it now" button which is often present: you buy it right now - no waiting! Choosing a local supplier should see your item arrive by mail in a day or so.

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      10 years ago

      It is very good mp3 player :D i have iPod nano

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      11 years ago

      I love the blue nano, good post!

    • Lissie profile imageAUTHOR

      Elisabeth Sowerbutts 

      11 years ago from New Zealand

      iPods have never had radios ...

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      11 years ago

      IS iPod nano 4G have a radio? on my main menu the radio is not there. What i should do?

    • Lissie profile imageAUTHOR

      Elisabeth Sowerbutts 

      12 years ago from New Zealand

      Thats insane Whitney: after all a iPod is just an mp3 player and everyother mp3 player just allows you to copy files to it as if it was removable drive - which it is!

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      12 years ago from Georgia

      Lissie, I do hate that iTunes really doesn't even work right on Vista. They knew that Vista was being released and they didn't make any changes to the program. I can't upload my iPod to my Vista computer, and if I buy songs from Vista iTunes, I can't put it on my iPod. I have to rebuy it on my laptop with XP and upload it. It's ridiculous. Granted I've only done that once, but there's not point in iTunes even on Vista, if you ask me.

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      12 years ago from Christchurch, New Zealand

      Honestway, I used to share your feelings until I discovered ipods! A great invention

    • Lissie profile imageAUTHOR

      Elisabeth Sowerbutts 

      12 years ago from New Zealand

      Hi Whitney: I've never understook why Microsoft gets all the bad coverage on compatibity when its Apple who consistently behave in an anitcompetitive manner- iTunes is a great example of this! Thanks you've give me a great idea for a hub!

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      12 years ago from Georgia

      I want to upgrade my iPod so bad with their new slimmer line 4g nano they're been showing on TV, but I refuse until they have an iPod with am/fm radio like most other brands of mp3 players now days. But, I bet when/if they release one it'll be a killer on price for a while... I thought about just buying a sansa with the radio mp3, but them I'm screwed out of my songs since iTunes isn't compatible with the other mp3 players. :-/

    • Lissie profile imageAUTHOR

      Elisabeth Sowerbutts 

      12 years ago from New Zealand

      Its a tragic sad fact terry: there are no chocolate ipods :-( - there are other mp3 players which come in chocolate but the chromatic iPod 4G nano does NOT havea chocolate option - I am, as you can imagine, devastated!

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      12 years ago from Spain

      iPods here, iPods there, iPods, iPods everywhere... and not a chocolate bar in sight!


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