Apple’s new stainless steel iPod Shuffle is half the size of the previous generation and moves navigation buttons to the earbud lanyard; it can also speak the name of the song and artist.
Because nothing says modern like a black monolith: Sony’s CMT-Z100iR micro audio system includes an iPod dock, CD player, and USB port; music is outputted via two 20W speakers.
Get your Snake fix on the road with Metal Gear Solid Touch, the iPhone/iPod Touch version of MGS4; coming in Spring, gameplay is a bit different but the graphics aren’t half bad.
Alesis’ ProTrack stereo audio recorder now works with the iPod Touch; you’ll get up to 13 hours per GB via condense and dynamic mics or mixer outputs; you’ll also need iProRecorder.
Although iPod controls on fabric isn’t new, Qio Systems’ 30-pin PANIQ controller is compatible with apparel from brands including Zoo York and Cole Haan; above: Killa outerwear.
In addition to controlling your iPod, the Nike+ iPod Watch Remote takes their Sport Kit one step further: it’ll give you voice feedback on your time, distance, calories burned and pace.
Give your first or second gen iPod a second lease on a musical life by turning it into a 2.25″ speaker; DIYer Jordan Horwich details how to build a pair of your own for under $100.
Roth Audio’s MC4 mixes a bit of the old with the new; it’s both a tube amplifier and an iPod dock with s-video output; includes remote and a pair of OLI1 2-way bookshelf speakers.
Philips’ DC350 is a vertically oriented iPhone/iPod clock radio which also sports a Bluetooth link for hands-free calls; it’s rated at 6W RMS, includes a remote and will be out January.
Ideal for road warriors, the X-mini Capsule Speaker is a portable 2.4W speaker that fits in the palm of your hand; it features a unique expandable resonance chamber that ups bass response.
Say goodbye to clutter with GenevaSound’s Home Theater, which is essentially a massive iPod dock with FM radio and CD player; it packs 7 speakers, a 700 watt amp and a 12″ sub.
We don’t want to know why that guy is smiling, but suffice it to say these iPod Video Goggles offer privacy without extra adapters; they draw power directly from your iPod.
The GrooveNeo is an iPod dock and alarm clock with a hard-to-miss digital readout; if that doesn’t work, two 2.75″ speakers with bass response make snoozing a risky proposition.
Modern and minimalist, the Vers 1.5R is an iPod radio/alarm that includes an AM/FM tuner, 15 watt speaker, 3.5 mm input and output, IR remote and your choice of six wood cabinets.
Hot on the heels of their AirCurve speaker, Griffin’s Simplifi iPod Dock packs three functions in one: it triples as an iPod Dock, a media card reader, and two powered USB ports.
Old school/80s fanatics will love Lasonic’s iPod boombox, usurping the cassette player with an iPod dock. It also has an SD/MMC card reader, AV output and runs on 10 D-sized batteries.
Now that the iPod Touch packs its own speaker, iLuv’s battery powered iSP100 loses a bit of utility; however, it’s relatively portable and at 4W RMS (8W peak), not bad for the size and price.
Altec Lansing’s iPod-friendly inMotion Speakers both look and sound great: the moondance GLOW is a dual-alarm clock radio, while inMotion MAX delivers crisp, full-spectrum sound.
Apple’s iPod Touch gets a mild makeover, with a thinner, more contoured design and an external volume control. It will also get a built-in speaker and come standard with Nike + iPod.
Apple’s new Ipod Nano returns to its candybar roots and is the thinnest iPod ever. Made with curved aluminum, you can shake it to shuffle; it will come in a rainbow of nine colors.
Porsche Design’s stylish Eton P’9210 Clock Radio has three speakers, a subwoofer, iPod dock and satellite radio hookup. Other than the odd remote, the minimalist design works.
We’ve seen quite a few iPod armbands, but we like the iSkin’s DuoBand which is both moisture resistant and perforated to keep you cool. Worth noting: dual-layer Si/Al construction.
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