Shopping Picks in iPod Accessories: Extras
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It’s quite literally a party on wheels! The Rockin and Rollin iPod Ready Collapsible Cooler on Wheels keeps up to 60 cans cold and has an AM/FM radio with stereo speakers and an input jack and cables for your iPod, MP3 player, or CD player. I think it’s great for carting your refreshments around while letting you listen to the pre-game show (or your favorite jams).
Never wake up to that dreaded alarm sound again thanks to the Sony Clock Radio for iPod. The sliding docking tray keeps your iPhone or iPod charged and within arm's reach next to your bed. A dual alarm lets you set two separate wake-up times with the option of waking up to the music stored on your iPhone or iPod, your favorite CD or radio station. It makes a great gift for any teenager... more
Dead batteries always seem to confront us at the worst of times: when were trying to get directions, make an urgent phone call, or read a long-awaited email. Whether you forgot to plug in last night or just ran down your battery with a period of heavy use, this back-up battery pack will save the day. It's an especially good idea for travelers who may not have the opportunity to charge their iPhone or... more
Remember back in the day when kids used to carry around boom boxes and we got to listen to their music whether we wanted to or not? Now you can take that trend into the 21st century with this high-tech messenger bag. A five-button pad on the strap allows easy access to iPod controls, and while you can use the bag with headphones, isnt it more fun to play your music with the innovative... more
Our techie friends first came to mind when we saw this Powermat Home & Office Wireless Battery Charger; but really, we think just about anyone would love to find one under the tree this holiday season. The mat wirelessly charges up to three devices at once. All you have to do is lay your cell phone, iPod, etc. on the mat, and that's it. We're not sure how it works, but we want one.... more
Sad but true: some of us are still tooling around in cars that not only dont have auxiliary audio inputs, they dont even have CD players. But that doesnt mean were destined to listen only to the radio or our old Color Me Badd cassettes. We can put that tape deck back to good use with this iPod Cassette Adapter. Although weve never understood how these things work, they do, allowing us to plug... more
There are plenty of FM transmitters that allow people to wirelessly listen to their iPod or iPhone over their car stereo, but we especially like how tidy and sleek this Griffin Tech RoadTrip Transmitter is. A sturdy steel neck plugs your device in to charge, while Griffins SmartScan technology automatically finds the best frequencies to use and saves them to pre-set buttons. Weve used this kind of technology before and found it somewhat frustrating... more
When we first got our iPhone, we thought it was super cool that we could make calls while wearing our earphones. Then we actually tried it and werent so impressed. The person on the other end could barely hear us, and the earphones themselves were less than comfortable. We promptly went back to talking on the phone the old fashioned way. The Bose Mobile In-Ear Headset promises a better experience, however, with the high-quality... more
Snowboarding season is right around the corner, and what better gift to give your favorite winter sports fan than a set of these Skullcandy Hesh Headphones? The leather wrapped headband and pads add snug comfort, while the headphone's 50-millimeter drivers make them some of the loudest available. The in-line volume control lets you adjust the volume without having to reach for your music player as you fly down the slopes.
With summer right around the corner, it's time to move the party outdoors. That means the music too. And with the advent of MP3 players, old-school boomboxes have gone the way of the dinosaur. Thankfully, that's where the Bose SoundDock Portable comes in. It's battery-powered, so it alleviates the need for an outlet. Simply plug your iPod into the dock, and instantly, you have high-quality sound that you can take with you to any... more
How do you get your old vinyl records onto your iPod? Easily, thanks to the Ion LP Dock. It's a turntable with an iPod dock that lets you play a record (33 or 45 RPM) while recording it directly onto your iPod. It also comes with software (for Macs and PCs) if you want to make CD or MP3 archives of your collection. And there's a line-level output for connecting the turntable to any home... more
Problem: Your friend has some awesome photos/videos/playlists on his iPod, and you want to put them on yours. Solution: The MiShare, a handy little gadget that hooks up to both iPods (no computers or cables required), letting you push a big button to transfer the stuff from one iPod to another. The MiShare does not unlock DRM-protected files, and doesn't work with Shuffles, the iPhone, or the iPod Touch, but the company's working on a... more
If you've been using the Nike + iPod Sport Kit to track your workout progress, you might be interested in this new Nike Amp+ watch. It's both a regular watch and a remote control for your iPod, giving you instant voice feedback about how far, how fast, and how long you've been running, as well as how many calories you've burned. You can also use the watch to adjust your iPod's volume and skip to... more
Charge your cell phone, iPod, camera, PSP, Bluetooth headset, and BlackBerry - all at the same time - with the Chargepod. This brilliant device eliminates cord clutter and charges 6 gadgets at once (using just one outlet!) in the same amount of time it takes to charge just one. It's small, portable, and easy to use, and it works with over 1,000 mobile devices. Just plug in the right adapter (sold separately for every brand... more
Love the iPod, hate the earbuds? Same here. Which is why we're seriously considering shelling out for these Shure SE110 earphones. CNET says they're "the most affordable entry point for high-endurance, high-fidelity earphones," and that they'll "withstand both audiophile scrutiny and physical abuse." The earphones block out background noise, and come with a foam and rubber "fit kit" so you can get the most comfortable fit. Best of all, they have a 2-year warranty, which... more
For short trips/running errands, your car radio is plenty to keep you entertained. But for longer drives, there's only so much "Hey there Delilah," "This is Why I'm Hot," and "Rock Yo Hips" you can stand before silence becomes preferable to the radio. Enter Griffin's iTrip Pocket. Specially designed to match the size and shape of the iPod Nano, the iTrip Pocket plugs right into almost any iPod, and broadcasts your favorite songs over any... more
Why didn't we think of this? Motion-activated drumsticks that simulate the sounds of a snare drum, tom toms, bass drum, hi-hat, and cymbals, and work with any digital music device, stereo system, or personal computer. It's like the whole drum kit for $30. You can plug your music player into the drumsticks and drum along, or plug into speakers and go solo to annoy your family/roommates/officemates. Two AA batteries not included.
Headphone wires getting caught all the time? Cut the cord and go wireless with these Logitech FreePulse Wireless headphones. They're flexible, comfortable, lightweight, and work with any audio source that has a minijack headphone output. Just plug the receiver into your player, and you're good for about 6 hours. The headphones work up to 33 feet away from the receiver.
Go green with the Solio universal solar charger. It could save your life. This compact device has 3 oval-shaped panels that fan out and capture solar energy - so you can recharge your cell phone, iPod, or other handheld device if you get stuck somewhere without an electrical outlet. Just spread out the blades and expose them to direct sunlight either outside or against a window. The Solio charger comes with a USB cable, mini-USB... more
We're not sure why JanSport calls this backpack the Mullet (does that look like a party in the back to you?), but we like the idea of connecting to our iPods without having to pull them out of our backpacks. All you do is put your music player in the padded side pocket, plug your headphones into the shoulder strap, and voï¿?la - your hands are free for making heavy metal horns. The Mullet also... more