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In the episode we unbox the second generation iPod shuffle - you know, the iPod that looks to be right around the size of your average postage stamp? That one. We give you the full details on everything inside the box in this episode of Unboxing Live. Also, be sure to check out our iPod shuffle unboxing gallery.

Let us know what you think, or what you want us to unbox next!

Here's how to get the show:
[Download] - iPod-formatted H.264
[Download] - 1080p MP4

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With the recent string of Unboxing Live episodes that we have been posting, we have neglected to report on a few of the unboxing galleries we have put up as of late, like this one that we have for the second generation iPod shuffle. I mean, sure, we will be posting a video unboxing of the new flash-based iPod shortly, but sometimes a picture can mean so much more, don’t you think? Head on over to the iPod shuffle unboxing gallery for all 16 images.

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Belkin’s TuneTalk Stereo for iPod allows you to record memos, interviews, lectures, grocery lists, and the like, all on your iPod. It’s compatible with the 2nd generation iPod nano, as well as the iPod with video. In this episode of Unboxing Live, we open up the Belkin TuneTalk and show you what’s inside!

Let us know what you think, or what you want us to unbox next!

Here's how to get the show:
[Download] - iPod-formatted H.264
[Download] - 1080p MP4

We just got a couple of Zune‘s delivered hot and fresh via UPS, thanks to Microsoft - of course, that means we have a new episode of Unboxing Live for you, showcasing the Unboxing Ceremony of the new Microsoft devices. We show you the Zune itself, along with all the accessories packed into the package. Welcome to the social…featuring six minutes of Zune unboxing goodness. You know how we do.

Let us know what you think, or what you want us to unbox next!

Here's how to get the show:
[Download] - iPod-formatted H.264
[Download] - 1080p MP4

So, apparently Apple’s new iPod nano is all the rage. We decided to pick up one of the pink ones, because, you know…they’re hot. We gave you the iPod nano unboxing images a few weeks ago, and now bring you the unboxing video. Enjoy!

Let us know what you think, or what you want us to unbox next!

Here's how to get the show:
[Download] - iPod-formatted H.264
[Download] - 1080p MP4

In this third episode of Unboxing Live, we take a look at the newly released 5.5G 80GB Apple iPod. While not a major upgrade by any stretch of the imagination, this is the highest-capacity iPod ever released, and it has a couple of neat software features that other units don’t have, along with a much brighter screen.

Let us know what you think, or what you want us to unbox next!

Here's how to get the show:
[Download] - iPod-formatted H.264
[Download] - 1080p MP4

We just threw up a new Unboxing Gallery, focusing on the new iPod nano. Of course, Nick Starr sent us his images of the new silver nano - but we had to go the manly route, picking up a pink 2G nano for your unboxing pleasure. Hit the gallery to check out fifteen unboxing images.

Read More | Pink 2G iPod nano Unboxing Gallery

Our friend Nick Starr went out and purchased one of the new second generation iPod nanos with the quickness, and sent us notice of his unboxing gallery of the device. Of course, this is the one that Steve Jobs introduced in his keynote yesterday. These things are even thinner than the original nanos, and sport new aluminum casing.

Check out the rest of the unboxing images over at Nick’s Flickr pool.

Read More | iPod nano Unboxing via Nick Starr


Gear Live iRiver clix Giveaway

So, check it. Gear Live reader and forum contributer Admiral_Kirk made it clear to us that our recent contests have been a bit too hard, not allowing the Average Joe to win because of the expertise required. Fine, we can understand that. So, we decided that to make up for that, we will make it insanely easy to win an iRiver clix from us. I mean, seriously, the person who wins is the person who wants it the most.

We want you, our readers, to help support the site in any way you can think of. No, we are not taking cash donations, we want to see your creativity. How can you support us you ask? Easy:

  • Start posting on our forums, and contribute to discussions taking place there. We will be monitoring them - if you become a regular, you are entered to win.
  • Add us to your Digg and/or Netscape friends lists - username andru - and vote for the stuff we submit. If you help promote any of our stories, from any of our sites (Gear Live, Playfeed, The Bleeding Edge, TV Envy, Unboxing, End Score, etc.), you are entered to win. There is no limit to the number of entries.
  • Link to us on your site, your MySpace page, your blog, in your signature on forums you visit, wherever. Tell the world about us. Oh, and the more creative, the better. If you do something wildly outlandish (like pulling up the site on every PC in Best Buy), send us proof.
  • Subscribe to any (or all) of our free magazine subscriptions. Each time you subscribe to something you haven’t subscribed for in the past, you are entered to win.
  • Do things we haven’t even thought of.

Now, we want you to tell us what it is you are doing to enter the contest. That is why we have set up this forum thread - when you do something, let us know. Did you Digg a Gear Live story? Let us know. Subscribe to a few magazines? Tell us. Plaster your cat with the Gear Live logo? Post pics. Let’s have some fun with this one guys. The contest will run through the end of August, and in the spirit of the whole word of mouth thing, we want at least ten people in the running. Of course, we expect a lot more than ten to enter, because - quite frankly - this one really is a giveaway. There is no limit to the number of times a person can enter - you are limited by your own time and imagination. Oh, and location, as you must have a US shipping address to be eligible to win.

Any questions? Ask in the forum. Good luck!


LG Chocolate XV8500

Verizon Wireless and LG Electronics formally took the wrapper today off of their Chocolate by LG mobile phone, which as been creating a huge buzz in the United States for sometime now. The Chocolate by LG phone is priced at $149.99 after a $50 instant online discount and new two-year customer agreement.

Of course, Unboxing images have already started hitting the web. Be sure to check out Gadgetell’s Chocolate unboxing peep show for a look at everything the phone comes with. There are also a few images from the users over at Howard Forums as well.

Read More | Gadgetell

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