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    2009 iPod Shuffle Features VoiceOver

    2009 iPod Shuffle Features VoiceOver

    ipod_shuffle_voice_2009Apple introduces the new iPod shuffle featuring a VoiceOver interface that announces artists, songs and playlists on demand. Apple’s new Shuffle supports multiple playlists, and can now be controlled using the voice user interface. Still lacking an LCD interface, the Shuffle is grabbing attention of those who love wearable technology. This thing is as tiny as a thimble at 1.8″ x 0.7″ x 0.3″ (45mm x 17mm x 17.8mm).
    The new Shuffle expands to 4GB and the controls now reside on the earbud cord.  It is available in black and silver. (, $79.00)

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