The New Fitness-Centric iPod Nano Doubles As a Watch

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Apple's boosted its petite iPod offering, with a new scrolling touch UI (no more grid!), built-in sensors for cardio stats tracking, and—wait for it—an assortment of virtual watch faces. Oh, and it plays music. Available today.

The new Nano will come with 16 swappable watch faces, and will sell in seven colors (silver, graphite, blue, green, orange, pink and (PRODUCT) RED)—$130 for 8 GB, $150 for 16 GB. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like there's any GPS built into this thing yet—that would've made it killer for athletes.

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