First talking iPod

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Apple’s third-generation iPod Shuffle is the first music player that talks to you, says the maker.

The VoiceOver feature enables the gadget to speak the users’ song titles, artist and playlist names, making up for the fact that the device has no screen to display such information.

What’s more, the tiny new Shuffle is smaller than an AA battery, while all of the controls are located on the earphone cord for ease of use.

Available in silver or black, the Shuffle features a 4GB memory, holding up to 1,000 songs, and boasts up to 10 hours of battery life, says Apple.

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