Apple's iPod Nano has been the awkward middle sibling. It's more portable than a traditional iPod, but bigger than the iPod Shuffle. But the Nano is begining to come into its own, not only as a really great music player, but also a gym-buddy fitness device and—get this—a watch. Apple is embracing its MP3 player's new life as a wristband time keeper, and the new iPod Nano (as revealed at Tuesday's much-hyped iPhone event) comes stocked with 18 built-in clock faces. We've got close-up looks at each one in a gallery below the jump, along with a roundup of our favorite watchband accessories.
Apple's new iPod Nano ($129 for 8GB, $129 for 16GB, from Apple.com) is all about customization. Customers can choose from seven different colors, two different storage sizes and these 18 different clock faces pictured in the gallery above.
Want to know how to get once of these cool watch faces onto your arm? Try one of these iPod-Nano-ready wristbands on for size: