Based on Apple’s iPod Mini, Mirko Ginepro’s hollow iTables are decidedly un-Mini but are definitely Cupertino-chic: they’re made with Corian and measure about 47″ long and 13″ high.
This Do Knot Forget ad from Ford Germany is pure viral bait, but we’ll bite: a few are debatable, but it’s a surprisingly helpful guide to famous knots using iPod earbuds and charging cables.
You don’t have to own an M to try out BMW’s M Power Meter for the iPhone and iPod Touch; the free app lets you calculate your own g-forces and 0-60 times–legally, of course.
Get your iPhone bricked in a good way with LEGO Photo: it’s basically a free, one-function photo application that’ll convert any of your pictures into a mosaic composed of 1×1 bricks.
LipsonRobotics’ Speaker Bot will crush lesser docks with ease; this one-of-a-kind robot is made from reclaimed parts and packs a speaker in its torso and iPod Dock in its base.
Air guitars a bit too uncouth? The String Trio app turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into an air violin, viola, or cello; control the tempo, speed, and strength while playing one of 40 songs.
Atila Rossito’s LOP concept is a 21st century version of the disco ball: it not only serves as a party-sized iPod speaker and dock, but streams movies and images along its surface.
I’ve got the whole 8-bit world in my hands: Craig Robinson’s famous Minipops are now available on the iPhone/iPod Touch, with 1,000 pixel people and a Guess Who? pop-quiz mode.
It’s not the first controller-style case we’ve seen, but the iPDA iHandstick is easily the cheapest at $12; it’s a dual-grip rubber gamepad for your iPhone 3G/3GS or iPod Touch 2G/3G.
Mirror’s Edge lands on the iPhone/iPod Touch January 2010; it’ll feature Canabalt-style gameplay with 14 3D levels, dynamic camera angles, and running, sliding, and leaping.
Incase updates its Combo Charger with an extra USB port, allowing you to charge two iPhone/iPods simultaneously; it continues to offer both a 12V car adapter and flip-out wall socket.
Ravensword isn’t perfect (no skill trees), but it shines as an iPhone/iPod Touch RPG with nearly 50 characters, an open world, and plenty of side quests; not bad for a two-man team.
Similar to the Steadicams used in Hollywood, the iSteady Shot uses a two-axis gimbal to reduce camera shake, resulting in ultra-smooth iPhone and Nano movies; demo movie here.
We liked the high-end look of Vers’ wood cases, but their new Shellcases solve a huge UI issue: these open-faced cases allow you to use the touchscreen of your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Available for iPhone, Touch, or Nano: for the price of a regular case, idox’s Traveler Series not only offers hardshell protection, but doubles as a stand with rubber feet for stability.
Its monolithic stature almost demands you play Also sprach Zarathustra on repeat: the Wall of Sound is a gigantic 225 lb. iPod dock that just happens to also be a 125 watt speaker.
If you’ve got an iPhone or iPod, XM’s SkyDock brings satellite radio to your car with a tuner and FM transmitter; it’s powered by a cig adapter and must be wired to a roof-mounted antenna.
Due out Spring 2010, the ReNu is an eco-friendly three-fer: the modular solar panel can power a Regen-designed iPod/iPhone dock, a speaker dock, or even an LED desk lamp.
We prefer the looks of the first Armband, but Incase’s new Sports Armband Pro “sports” a velcro tab for corralling rowdy stray headphone cords; it’ll work with 4th and 5th gen iPod nanos.
Rock while you roll with a Bicycle iPod Speaker: it’ll dock your iPod inside a waterproof case that clamps to your bike frame and is controlled via a handlebar-mounted remote control.
Frontgate’s 42″ tall iPod Tower Speaker towers over puny docks; it features two 1″ tweeters, two 3″ midrange speakers and a 6.5″ subwoofer and is topped with an LCD touch screen.
Made out of solid wood and bamboo with a UV and moisture-resistant clear-coat, Vers’ iPhone/iPod cases obscure most of the screen but are easily removed with a quick eject detail.
Bose’s SoundDock 10 is designed to be an uber-iPhone/iPod player, and for $600 it’d better: it features a pair of Bose high/mid Twiddlers, 52″ of waveguide channels and a subwoofer.
Bowers & Wilkins’ Zeppelin Mini is a smaller version of its blimpy big bro with 36 W of power and a pair of 3″ drivers; it also features a direct to digital USB port and rotatable docking arm.
Most of 9/9/09’s fanfare focused on the video cam-packin’ Nano, but there was no missing their special edition Shuffle: it’s finished in stainless steel and only available in Apple stores.
Apple’s iPod Nano 5G may look like the 4G, but it’s a brand new beast with a cheaper price tag, a larger 2.2″ display, 640×480 video camera, pedometer, FM radio, mic and speaker.
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