Apple already controls around 75% of the mp3 player market, and the release of the iPod nano becomes another reason for competitors to start worrying. Compared to a regular flash-type memory card such as the newly released 2GB Sony MemoryStick Pro Duo, which goes for about US$200, the iPod nano only costs US$199 and US$249 for the 2GB and 4GB models respectively.
At this juncture, you’ll be hard pressed to find another music player in the market in such a small package, carrying such attractive pricing with so much to offer. For the trend setter, there is no doubt that the iPod nano is the finest iPod Apple has ever produced and we are sure that it’s going to retail just as well, if not better than the iPod mini it’s replacing.
Published in: Multimedia on 2005-10-03