iPod owners would like to bring their music machine everywhere they can; from parks, gyms, planes through to cruise ships. However useful the iPods are to us or however dependent we are to the iPod, the device constantly pose some annoyances — the entangling earphone cables, no pockets when you need it, no place to put the iPod when doing the yoga routines.
Recently, I had the opportunity to review the iStik for iPod Nano — the solution to the annoyances I’ve mentioned above. The iStik comes in 2 parts, a durable plastic case with 4 magnets fused at the back and a “fastener” equally with 4 magnets. Read the rest of this entry »
The JBL On Time is one of the most striking looking iPod docks currently available, and aside from its unique style, it also offers plenty of tech and coolness factor. The JBL On Time is an iPod Dock that offers superior sound quality from its speakers, and also has a built in radio and clock to wake you up in the morning.
Although its oval (semi circle if you must) shape appears a bit gimmicky at first, the unique shape of the JBL On Time is designed to offer 360 degree sound using speakers placed around its circumference, and when you listen to it for the first time, it is certainly very impressive when compared to more traditional iPod speaker docks. Read the rest of this entry »
With the new myTalker ET7000 from Tekkeon, you can turn your iPod into a Bluetooth headset that is compatible with your mobile phone, and will allow you to take calls through your existing headphones.
The Tekkeon myTalker is a highly compact and sleek looking device that fits in perfectly with the Apple iPod, and thanks to its ingenious construction and use of Bluetooth technology, it will allow you to answer and reject calls without touching your phone, and then speak to your friends with its built in microphone and your existing headphones. Read the rest of this entry »
Are you feeling a little bored of the glossy black and white iPod colors? Do you want to refresh the look of your iPod but face prohibitive prices of iPod skins? Are you looking to constantly change how your iPod looks according to your mood? If you have answered “Yes” to any of these questions, then iPod Wraps is just the accessory for you.
iPod Wraps together Memorexâ€™s exPressit Label Design Studio software allow you choose choose from over 1500 backgrounds, images, and clip art (you can even select your own family photos or portraits). Your choice can then be printed using your inkjet printer unto the printable Wraps and attached to your iPod. With Memorex’s removable adhesive iPod Wraps, you can now have decorate your iPod and at the same time protect it from scratches.
There are different iPod Wraps for iPod Mini, Shuffle, Nano, iPod 4th Generation, and the new iPod with Video. For more information, please visit Memorex’s iPod Wraps page.
Notice how most of Apple products are finished with white gloss? Isn’t it all too common for one to assume that white represents Apple products? Do you own a white Apple product or gadget and the color white is getting stale to you? Are you look for a change? Do you fancy a change? Differentiate yourself and your Apple products now with services from ColorWare.
Starting from a fee of $64, right up to $449, you can transform your Apple products into attention grabbers. With a tag line like “We will continue to create and transform our products beyond what the original manufacturers intended“, rest assured that ColorWare will transform the ubiquitous beige computers into custom-colored works of art.
With 28 outrageous colors to choose from, you are really spoilt for choice. The following are the prices for various Apple products:
- iPod Nano G1 – $64
- iPod Nano G2 – $74
- iPod Video – $74
- Mac Mini – $99
- iBook – $399
- PowerBook – $449
- MacBook – $449
- MacBook Pro – $449
For more information and ordering instructions, please visit www.colorwarepc.com