This week at iLounge: Three huge, next-generation accessories have all arrived for testing over the last few days, led off by Ultimate Ears' triple.fi 10 Pros - the first triple-driver (read: three speakers per ear) earphone to sell for only $400, which is $100 less than Shure's recently- released, excellent E500PTH earphones. Logitech also debuted FreePulse, the first iPod-ready Bluetooth 2.0+EDR wireless headphones, and Kensington launched SX 3000R, the first iPod speaker system to use the iPod's screen for FM radio tuning. We've also checked out the iPod's first waterproof speaker system, the Ego Music Showcase, and recently updated iPod nano accessories such as Apple's iPod nano Armband.
Additionally, we reviewed all nine of the iPod's downloadable games - Bejeweled, Cubis 2, Mahjong, Mini Golf, Pac-Man, Tetris, Texas Hold 'em, Vortex, and Zuma range in ratings from A- to D + based on wide variations in graphic quality and use of the iPod's unique Click Wheel controller. Find out which classic games disappointed us, and which new games were welcome surprises.