I'm not sure which is worse: the fact that someone actually made a gadget like this and charged $50, or the fact that there are people out there that will actually buy it. I wonder if the ezGear people are aware that you can buy the entire iPod shuffle itself for $70, only $20 more than this crappy peripheral costs. Sigh—these are the kind of things that turn me into an Apple anti-fanboy.
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