You know you’re on to something when most other people clone your device or steal your idea, and the entire iPod range has fallen victim to cloners of China over the past few years due to the immense popularity of the original portable media player, and this is a trend that doesn’t seem to let up. This clone of the iPod nano comes with a 2.2″ LCD display alongside a built-in VGA camera, supporting popular audio and video gile formats. Too bad there doesn’t seem to be a memory card slot to augment the rather paltry 2GB internal memory. At least when you get bored of your limited number of tunes, you can always tune in to the local radio stations via its integrated FM radio.
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