So you want hold off on an iPod nano upgrade and go adventuring, but you're worried accessory manufacturers are going to leave you behind given all the new Apple iPod kit lately. No worries! Wear this:
When most homes have so many iPod docks there's invariably one being used as a doorstop, it takes an awful lot of innovation to flog a new one to the masses. Will Sony's SRS-V500IP thermos-speaker-like dock work? Undoubtedly, no.
I haven't been to Burger King in a long while, but if the States implemented the "musical shower" heads that the Japanese experience in their "upscale" Burger Kings, I could be enticed back into the glutinous fold one last time.
Hoodies have strings around the neck, right? Have you EVER used those strings? Why you'd want to tighten a noose around your neck, I'll never know. The HoodieBuddie cleverly replaces the strings with earbuds; the pocket contains a 3.5mm jack.
This spartan shelf contains all your traditional iPhone/iPod touch docking essentials and little else. Speakers, dock, axillary out—that's about it, with the caveat being it's also a wood shelf capable of supporting about 55 pounds.
According to iLounge, Apple is instituting a ban on all protective screen film products from its online and retail stores starting in May. It's a move that'll take away some of Apple's most popular third-party products. But what for?
Are black, silver, pink and blue the most popular iPod Nano colors? According to JVC, yes, yes they are. The SP-A130 speaker not only matches those Nanos in size, but also shade.
In their steady march toward decrepitude, tech-savvy boomers will confront some weighty questions: How will we pay for Social Security? What's up with rap music? Why can't I connect my BlackBerry to my hearing aid? Well, good news!
Remember how you could just plug the original Shuffles into USB and have it act as a thumbdrive as well as sync? This $10 dongle for the new Shuffle essentially does the same thing.
Clearly a product of the deep-sea geothermal vent creature school of cuteness, the Yuen'To Music Ball is an adorable, albeit expensive, powered portable speaker.
Watching a movie on a media player during a flight takes skill: You want it propped up but you don't want to touch it. iFlyz removes the
joy challenge from this delicate dance.
The Creative TravelSound i80 is small sheath that you can just slide your iPod nano into. Ooo, that's a tight fit, baby. Once it's nestled inside, its mini speaker blasts the tunes, sounding crystal clear for its size.
Click to viewTimex teamed up with Apple for this Ironman iControl watch, which is pretty much a standard workout watch with one major difference: It has iPod controls on it. Communicating with your iPod via a little dongle that plugs into an iPod's universal docking port, you're able to control play/pause, volume up…
The iPod shuffle doesn't have to feel left out of the iPod dock derby any more, because now it has its own ultra-portable speaker system from Corega Japan that matches up perfectly with the shuffle's five krazy kolors. The laws of physics might keep this microdock from sounding genuinely kick-ass, but its claimed…
Here's a redesign of that annoying ghetto blaster from the '70s and '80s, but this one is more ergonomic, with a shape that naturally hangs on the shoulder. There's plenty of room inside the top section for a nice big bass speaker, while the extended part that hangs down your back gives those big bass sound waves some…
Philips, always on the bleeding edge of the consumer electronics industry, has decided to buy DLO, makers of all sorts of iPod accessories. Do you think iPod accessories will be popular? Philips is like the Nostradamus of gadgets, so I bet this means that this sector is really going to take off, although it might take…
Now you can encase your iPod in a shell made of an old 45rpm records. Pick out your choice of 45 different sides from a variety of types of mostly very old music. Each one of the $38 cases is unique. Save that copy of "Revolution" by The Beatles for me. Definitely retro-cool.
As we patiently wait for short-sleeve weather, we longingly gaze at this young filly wearing a SyncWear PodWear ProActive tee. It has a special three-in-one side pocket that snugly hugs that MP3 player (sized to perfectly fit an iPod nano), and wire management loops to keep all those cables at bay.
Okay you he-men, this cute shit is not for you, but maybe there's some girlie-girl in your life who would like to have this Emotibud Earbud Set. Thoughtfulness coupled with cutesy sensitivity does have its rewards.