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Is there any clock-like mp3 player such as the old 6th generation ipod nano for sale?


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I really liked the old ipod nano style and wished I could get something even better than that but on the same clock stile, I remember I saw a phone that synced with a clock and you could play the songs from the phone on the clock, something like that, but I'm pretty sure it was one of those made in china things, so, is there anything like that still for sale ?
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are you looking for the ipod or something similar? if you want the 6th generation it is available on ebay.
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