This stylish little device allows you to transmit iPhone or iPod tunes through any available FM radio frequency and play them in your home or car stereo.
Remember those dancing flowers from the late 80s? I’m sure you do, if you were around at the time, they were impossible to avoid.
The U.K. based Intempo company has launched the iDAB, a device that allows you to listen to DAB digital radio on your iPod.
This black iPod-compatible desk lamp features two neodyminium speakers and supports all iPod models and audio players with a headphone port.
Someone has taken the design of the click wheel on Apples portable music player and turned it into a geeky looking coaster.
Ion are known for their USB supported turntables and has now come up with a new version featuring an iPod dock for easy use.
The Boynq WakeUp is described as the “most creative and best designed speaker, docking and radio alarm clock for your iPod”. I’m willing to agree, although I haven’t seen it in real life.
The Pyramat Lap Blaster Laptop Sound Booster ($130) features two powerful 4W full-range stereo speakers on a lightweight, wireless platform that supports any laptop, Mac or PC, up to 17 inches.
AM Micro has announced the MacAlly TunePro, a mirrored flat panel stereo speaker iPod dock, featuring an AM/FM radio and alarm clock.
Say hello to the iStone – an iPod dock in a stone, manufactured by the Japanese Brand Incubator Ltd’s company.
Three MP3 players, two design concepts and one real product, where the Christian cross symbol in one way or another is part of the design:
This tiny playful iPod speaker is designed to look like the classic plastic building bricks from the Danish LEGO company.
The 45 iPod Cases web site offers a wide selection of cases made from cassette tapes, built to fit your 1st and 2nd generation iPod Nano.
It may sound a bit weird to squeeze in all these features in a mini fridge, but it’s not such a bad idea if you are short of space and still want to be able to satisfy some of your gadget needs.
This gorgeous gramophone-looking little iPod speaker is handmade from wood and can be worn like a necklace or keychain.
Make a simple iPhone / iPod stand stand from a standard business card. Read the how-to at Instructables: Simple business card iPhone / iPod stand. (Via BrentEvans Geek Tonic)
Travelsound i50 ($70) is the name of this stylish portable speaker from Creative Japan. It’s designed for the 2G iPod Shuffle MP3 player an comes with a built-in battery which can be charged via USB.
It’s a big mystery why we in year 2007 still have to struggle with cords for our MP3 players and other gadgets. But as long as we have to do that, we can try to solve it in the best way possible: say hello to […]
Recently we covered the EzVision Video Eyewear and now our friends over at Coolest Gadgets makes us aware of these cool iPod Video Goggles ($200). Simply plug them into your video iPod and they will project a virtual 24 inch screen for you to enjoy […]
The transparent film covers from iWrap is an affordable alternative to protect your iPod or iPhone from scratches and dirt. Some price examples: