Stand Out From The Crowd by Picking Up a Limited Edition Red iPod From Apple


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Apple Computer has spoiled us with their unique invention; the iPod. This device is capable of carrying thousands of songs at any one time, as well as videos and photographs. It can even replace your handheld organizer by tracking your appointments everyday. The iPods have so many uses that they have become more than just music 24 hours a day for teenagers but they have become actual dependable working gadgets. Apple computer, at least every couple of years makes sure to keep on adding to their production line to encourage everyone in the family to pick up one type of iPod or other; the original iPod was followed by the iPod Nano and the most recent addition is the iPod shuffle, which is the smallest, lightest music device with such high capacity in the world.

Be Special

It goes without saying that all the models within the Apple iPods line are very popular; with each one having its own particular features and/or to fill virtually every one of your requirements. Additionally, as if they haven't done enough already, Apple introduced a limited version of red iPod nano devices. The classic iPod color can only be modified if you put a custom case over at, however the iPod Nano models are the only types that come in various different colors such as green, blue, pink, red, white and black.

You Can Make a Difference by Choosing the Red IPod Nano

What is particularly unique about the red iPod nano is that it is not only a limited edition but also due to the fact that it is made with a noble cause in mind: to help support AIDS in Africa, so when you purchase a red iPod nano, Apple will donate $10 of the proceeds to charity so you will also be making a difference in the world by buying a unique red iPod. If you want to buy your red iPod Nano, go to Apple computers official website or an official Apple computer store and pick one up. Also you can find them in most leading electronics department stores all over the USA; keep in mind that this is a limited edition and so it will not be available for a long period of time.

You can pick up a red iPod Nano in 4 GB and 8 GB models, which can hold up to 2000 songs, and/or approximately 25,000 photographs; it has 24 hours of battery life and a 1.5 inch LCD color display. However, one of the most important features when it comes to the red iPod Nano is that it also provides hope for those with AIDS in Africa. By picking up a red iPod Nano today you can enjoy the latest electronic gadget in music with one of the brightest colors and styles while helping to save a life at the same time.

Korbin Newlyn is an avid follower in the consumer electronics field. You can find more of his insights at Ipod Music and at Ipod Accessories


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