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Mossberg disses the nano's scratch-ability

David Chartier

For the first time in as long as I can remember, Walt Mossberg has actually said something significantly negative about one of Apple's products. It's the iPod nano, and while he still loves the product, he's marked a strike against it for being too scratch-able: "I would include a strong, prominent, warning that it scratches too easily in normal usage. This is a real downside to an otherwise excellent product."

I still vote that it's just as scratchable as the regular iPods, as I read somewhere that they're using the same material on the nano's anyway.

[via MacSlash]


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