My iPod history is a long one. I remember buying one of the first 5GB models, back when they were still bricks and the scroll wheels actually moved. Ahh, those were the days. I progressed to one of the ones with the lame orange lights on, then on to the most desirable bit of hardware Iâ€™ve ever owned â€“ an iPod mini. The mini has been the biggest selling iPod for Apple, and itâ€™s not hard to see why. It came in a range of funky colours, which appealed to the ever-so-slightly extrovert such as myself.
Fast forward a year or so, and the mini is discontinued in favour of the nano. The nano is undoubtedly an absolutely awesome product, and Iâ€™m absolutely dying to get one. The only problem is that it only comes in black and white. Whereâ€™s the fun in that! Where are the green, blue, and pink ones?
Well, colorwarepc.com has come to my rescue. For a $70 price premium, it will do a nano with any colour scheme you want, and lacquer it to prevent scratching. Itâ€™s a toss up between Bit-tech blue, TrustedReviews orange or pretty in pink â€“ decisions, decisionâ€¦