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Motorola To Release An iPod Nano? Wait, That’s Not Right

This is the Nano to reinvent the Nano. Motorola is possibly producing an “all-in-one fitness and music personal fitness device”. Try saying that 5 times fast. We’re guessing Moto thinks they can put their own spin on this idea and possibly make it better, even though it looks exactly like the competitions. It does have a couple redeeming qualities though: GPS, for accurate workout stats, wireless sync to PC (and Android devices), and even has an awesome watch band attachment. Err, scratch that.

Even more curious, is that this could be the device we saw way back in May on the supposed XOOM2 site? Who’s looking forward to a probable release of the “MotoActive”? Feel free to trash talk or praise it in the comments section below.

Via: Engadget

  • j2d2

    How much? I’ll get it if that’s gorilla glass. Love the watchband actually. Clip-ons fall off and hit the pavement hard.

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  • Gee

    BUT WILL IT SHOOT LASERS!!! It looks like a 70’s bond watch 

  • Beka27

    I think that looks really cool.  I’m obviously in the minority (based on most of the comments), but if I were in the market for something like that, I might get it.  Moto makes good hardware.  Period.  And anything that takes a dollar away from Apple is a step in the right direction, IMO.

    I know lots of people are jaded b/c of what they consider to be a Bionic Fail, but this is neither here nor there.  Don’t blame this device for what you perceive as a failure of another device.  Do you really think Moto has ONE development team.  Different teams are working on each product, so no resources were “taken away” from the Bionic.

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