It weighs 11 grams and has dimensions of 45 x 18 x 9 millimeters. It uses lithium polymer battery which provides up to 10 hours of music play to the player with the charging time of 3 hours (80% charge is reached in 2 hours). It also supports charging from the USB and you can use your player as a USB drive too. Despite the lack of display and a minimum of controls, the new iPod Shuffle is capable of cunning tricks to perform only with the help of a small remote control on the wire with 3 buttons. Two of them manage the volume and the length, located between the two, works as a mouse One. Short click initiates playback or pause. Double click quick launch next song. Triple click rapidly for the previous page. If you press and hold the central key, the player says the name of the song and artist name aloud. Further more, keeping the button pressed distributes audio signals and the player begins to transfer play lists. To select the desired song, its enough to press the button. iPod Shuffle has been marketed and sold in Apple shops at a price of $79 for a single 4 GB version.
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