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Apple iPod Shuffle (4th generation) review

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The 4th generation of the Apple iPod Shuffle, launched in September 2010, is the smallest iPod around. It's a great device for using at the gym, and at just £39 it's fantastic value. But will the reduced size, and price tag, compromise its performance? We were keen to put it through our MP3 player test to find out.
Is it worth your money?
Or is it a waste of cash?

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