Apple IPod Nano 4 GB
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  • I think that if teens are spending time identifying music they enjoy, downloading it, and listening to it, it far beats some other activities they could be doing that are far more dangerous or could get them into trouble
  • Firstly, the cost in them will go down just as soon as the next best unit comes along, and secondly, a month later, your teen will be wanting a brand new unit that does not only the new stuff of yesterday but the new stuff of tomorrow as well
  • I like the fact that this model comes in every color from white, black, purple, blue, orange, and pink to shades of yellow, maroon, grey, silver, or lavendar

    • by cjaneb877
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      iPods are hot on the want or need list of just about every teen who does not have one already. Let’s face it. Today’s generation of youngsters has been, is, and will continue to be far more advanced in technology than any other prexisting generation. Its a fact of nature.

      As technology becomes more vitally important in our modern day era, it also seems that we, as a nation, become more and more dependent upon that technology to save ourselves time, energy, and annoyances. These annoyances that we have been exposed to will most likely be nonexistant to our children and grandchildren becuase they will not have to be exposed to them in the first place. Technological advances will have already taken care of the majority of things for them, and in turn, they will be more technologically skilled and aware than generations which preceeded them, most naturally.

      With this increased interest in, and focus on, technology, it goes without being said that teens want, need, or think they want and need more technology to keep up with not only the societal trends, but also with what their peers are getting. This rapidly brings us to the topic of iPods, as they are one of the single most popular items


      of interst among teens in today’s world. They will frequently spend endless hours finding and downloading songs of their choice, identifying new tunes they enjoy, and entering them into their little electronic library, which is truly an expression of themselves.

      I am acutally an advocate of iPods for teens in general. I think that if teens are spending time identifying music they enjoy, downloading it, and listening to it, it far beats some other activities they could be doing that are far more dangerous or could get them into trouble. I also think that by finding new music and enjoying music, teens not only get to know abou themselves and their own interests, likes and dislikes, but they are also given the chance, perhaps without focusing on it, to know themselves better and what appeals to them.

      I also feel that music is absolutely a form of art and self expression and with the increasing number of teens that battle low self esteem, low self worth, fears, anxieties, trials, and tribulations, music can often offer them strength, courage, wisedom, and inspiration - all of which can be valuable to them in terms of decision making and choice making as well. The iPod that I personally like best for teens in ...


      • our modern day era is the Apple iPod Nano 4GB. This iPod is available in just about every color under the sun, which inadvertently allows a teen to choose a unit with a little bit of a personalized touch and self expression of its own right, and it holds 1000 songs.

        I think its a unit that is perfect for teens. Lets face it. Ten or twenty years from now, iPods will not only store music but probably set our house alarm, make us coffee, and plan a weekly schedule for us so realistically its not as worth it for teens, who want the leading edge technology of late constantly, to have the most expensive units with the most impressive technology of today.

        Firstly, the cost in them will go down just as soon as the next best unit comes along, and secondly, a month later, your teen will be wanting a brand new unit that does not only the new stuff of “yesterday” but the new stuff of “tomorrow” as well. I think this good old, basic Apple iPod gives a teenager to explore the chance to own and care for and take the responsibility of having an iPod without the burden of loosing a thousand dollar

        multifunctional iPod that does a hundred things that are beyond them at this point in their lives. I like the fact that this model comes in every color from white, black, purple, blue, orange, and pink to shades of yellow, maroon, grey, silver, or lavendar.

        Its absolutely perfect for teenager, or even for an adult who wants an iPod but doens’t want to be burdened with harsh technological adjustments or too many features that it will be overwhelming. Apple’s iPOd Nano is available at virtually every mall. Pop into any kiosk in your mall that specializes in electronics, go to your nearest Circuit City, Staples, Office Max, or even check them out online through Apple directly or even on Ebay.

        While you will pay a few hundred bucks for them new, you can frequently find them on ebay, mildly used but in good condition and save yourself a few bucks if you want to count your pennies. I think that this iPod is durable, accommodating, user friendly, offered at a reasonable price, and a safe bet for a first time iPod user or customer. Its a safe bet to satisfy and learn and explore about the world of iPods without making a devastating effect on your pocket book or bank account.




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