The iPod has a million and one uses, just like those knives they sell on late night TV. Besides playing your collection of MP3s and iTMS-purchsed songs, it can also record your voice, a feature I would wager not many users take advantage of. The Micro Memo XRM-IP, distributed in Japan by Focal Point Computer, magically transforms your 5G iPod into a voice recording machine, pleasing the dozen or so people who use their iPod thusly. It plugs right into the dock connector, at which point the iPod latent voice software awakens and you can begin recording in stereo. Of course, we've had this very device under the XtremeMac moniker for a few months now, but it's only just now that our Japanese friends get to play, too.
Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.