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.
Beyond the Nano, Apple’s other 9/9 news: iPod Touch gets up to 64 GB and Open GL, Classic gets 160 GB, Shuffle gets new colors, iTunes store gets tweaked and iPhone OS goes up to 3.1.
SendStation’s PocketDock is a godsend for those who carry proprietary adapters for their iPod; it provides a Mini USB that’ll work with standard chargers plus an extra 3.5 mm jack.
Sirius XM’s SkyDock is the first satellite radio dock for the iPhone/iPod Touch; it also charges via cigarette adapter and includes a free Sirius/XM app with iTunes download tagging.
Revo’s IKON is the world’s first color touchscreen digital radio with DAB, DAB+, FM and internet radio; it features a 3.5″ display, iPod/iPhone docking, and a 30 watt class D amplifier.
The boombox gets a new lease on life with these Retro iPod Speakers; good with everything from the Mini to the iPhone 3GS, they’re powered by your iPod and produce stereo sound.
iLuv’s iA15 adapter lets iPhone and iPod owners use their own headphones; it’s an in-line remote with built-in mic, VoiceOver support for shuffle and Voice Control for iPhone 3GS.
Perfect for getting your WoW fix while AFK, the Mobile Armory is an iPhone/iPod Touch app that logs into your account and serves up characters, guilds, events, talent specs and more.
The 20W speakers and Wi-Fi streaming with DLNA-certified devices are noteworthy, but the most eyecatching feature on Sony’s Z200iR iPod Dock is its remote with 3.5″ LCD display.
Coming soon to the iPhone 3G/3GS and available for the iPod Touch, WildCharge recharges your gadgets via induction; you’ll need to purchase a skin and WildCharger Pad.
The Mini isn’t the newest kid on the block, but Josh D’s Wood iPod Mini gets a drool-worthy makeover; it’s made with Australian red cedar and a working Camphor Laurel clickwheel.
Apple’s iPod Shuffle might be stylish, but Scosche’s tapSTICK addresses UI issues with a three-button slide-on case; it mimics the controls found on the Shuffle’s headphones.
Belkin’s TuneBase line adds hands-free calling to its features; both models pipe music to your car stereo, via an auxiliary input with the TuneBase Direct or wirelessly with the TuneBase FM.
It won’t please all audiophiles, but along with a smoked glass design, the iHome iP1 iPod Dock uses Bongiovi audio processing and features a 100W amp, 4″ woofers and 1″ tweeters.
Good until 5 pm PST today (5/9), Charles & Marie’s Limited Edition Phonofone II is on sale for $300; it’s essentially a passive amplified speaker for your iPod made entirely out of ceramic.
Even your iPod needs to dress down and do the casual look some days: these iPod Hoodies come in two sizes: large (iPhone, Classic or Touch) and small (4th-gen iPods).
We’re tempted to call the Indigo a $12k iPod Dock, but that doesn’t describe all of its features; it’s designed to serve as a hub for your analog and digital audio both wired and wirelessly.
It’s the last place you’d want to bring your precious mp3 player, not that you’d need it: the iShower Curtain is ideal for soapy singers and loofa lounge lizards of all shapes and sizes.
Post-nuke America meets Apple with this iPod Touch-powered Pip-Boy 3000; it uses the shell of the wristwatch replica that came with Amazon’s Survival Edition of Fallout 3.
Fully buttoned up you’ll look like a Helghast, but at least you’ll be jamming to your iPod: the Hero ICU 3 Speaker Jacket features built-in goggles, speakers and soft-touch controls.
Designed for the 4G iPod Nano or 2G iPod Touch, SwitchEasy’s ThumbTacks are actually tiny microphones that insert into the 3.5mm headphone jack via gold-plated plugs.
Essentially a glorified iPod Dock with 2.1 audio, Spalding’s iHoop features a suspension cradle to protect your iPod; it also comes with a 1/8″ mini plug for other mp3 players.
If the new iPod Shuffle’s proprietary earbuds give you pause, Dexim’s Shu-Lip just might make it worthwhile: it eliminates the need for a separate cable a-la the 1G Shuffle.
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