Colors signify something. And for gadgets turning red in color, it means they are fighting for a special cause. The special cause here is to fight against AIDS and other epidemics in Africa and other developing countries. Apple’s 4GB iPod Nano is now available in red color at a price of $199. Each red Nano purchased, $10 will be proceeded towards the Global Fund. More products are shown here which have turned red to support the cause.
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