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In-depth reviews from TechRadar's team of experts. To find out how we review products and calculate our scores, check out our reviews guarantee.

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  1. New Apple iPod nano (2010) review

    New Apple iPod nano (2010) review

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    Somebody at Apple obviously hates the phrase "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" because it has completely redesigned its best selling iPod, the iPod nano, yet again. This year's model is half the height of the previous generation and has the same clip-on design as the new iPod shuffle. The big change is that there's no click wheel, just a screen.

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    Apple iPod 20GB review

    Apple iPod 20GB review

    8  

    Just when there were starting to be too many iPods to choose from, Apple comes along and simplifies the entire range. The new all-singing,all dancing iPods now have colour screens and a few extra features

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    Apple iPod Photo review

    8  

    Okay, so this isn't the long-awaited iPod video, but to be honest we don't really care - personal video players currently only have niche appeal, and it's music on the move that really matters

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    Apple iPod touch 32GB review

    Apple iPod touch 32GB review

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    When Apple announced the iPod touch back in September 2007, our reaction was lukewarm. We'd already used the iPhone and the touch felt like a cut-down version.

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    Apple iPod classic 80GB review

    Apple iPod classic 80GB review

    8  

    For us, the newly renamed iPod classic is the quintessential iPod, and on sheer value alone, it blows every other iPod out of the water. At the per-gigabyte price of the original iPod, the 160GB model should cost an astonishing £11,168

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    Apple iPod Nano review

    Apple iPod Nano review

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    The baby iPod is style over substance incarnate. That's not necessarily as bad as it sounds: to a lot of people, what their player looks like is genuinely important, as is feeling like they've got something that seems worth the money they spent on it

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