Shopping Picks in iPod Accessories: Extras
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Transform your iPod into a personal workout coach with the Nike + iPod Sport Kit. This wireless sensor and receiver works with the new Nike+ ("Nike Plus") shoes to give you real-time feedback during workouts, including time, distance, pace, and calories burned. All this info is saved on your iPod, so you can transfer it to nikeplus.com, where you can evaluate your workouts, set goals, and even challenge other runners to a virtual race.
One of people's biggest gripes about the iPod is that it doesn't have an FM tuner. Apple has solved this problem with the iPod Radio Remote. If you plug it into your iPod (Nano or 5th-generation only), you can listen to your favorite radio stations right from your iPod. It can also show you the song title and artist. It's easy to use, comes with a handy remote, and even works in Europe and Japan.... more
Yes! iPod underpants! Made by Play, these cotton and spandex button-fly boxers have a little front pocket where you can keep your iPod, other MP3 player, or cell phone (um, is that your phone ringing, or are you just happy to see us?) warm and safe. iBoxers come in several colors, for both men and women, and now, if you buy 2 pairs, you get 3 free iTunes downloads. Now that's what we call a... more
Remember those dancing Coke cans? Introducing the i-Dog, a desktop robot puppy who moves to the beat of your digital music. He's got four moods, depending on music genre: Agitated, pleased, delighted, and excited. Sit i-Dog in front of a speaker, use his own built-in speaker, or plug him into the headphone jack of your MP3 player, and let the fun begin.
With Bluetooth, so you don't have to deal with wires anymore. They're comfortable, lightweight, and have integrated controls and a rechargeable battery.
With this Belkin audio splitter, you can plug two sets of headphones into the same iPod or other portable music player. So both of you can enjoy the same playlist while traveling by plane, train, or automobile. Or on the stationary bikes at the gym.
The Griffin AirClick for iPod and iPod mini lets you hook your iPod up to your sound system and wander through the house while in full control of your tunes. The five button remote allows for play/pause, next track, previous track, and volume up and down. And it comes with velcro straps so you can strap it to your arm, bike frame, or steering wheel.
This is a fast, easy way to transfer images from your digital camera to your iPod Photo. Simply plug this device into the iPod dock connector, plug in your camera's USB cable, and watch your images make their way to the iPod, ready to view in a slide show.
Use this little device to broadcast the songs on your iPod to any nearby FM radio. All you have to do is find a frequency on the radio with no station, and set the same frequency on the PodFreq. No batteries are necessary - it's powered by your iPod - and it works with any iPod with a dock connector.
The iTrip FM transmitter for the iPod can play your music through any FM radio in your car, at a party, anywhere you have a radio. It doesn't need batteries either.
With Belkin's iPod Voice Recorder, you can record and instantly review over 600 hours of lectures, interviews, or notes on a 40GB iPod. Hint: This is a great gift for college students.
Not just for iPods, these gold-plated, noise-isolating earbud headphones from Etymotic provide outstanding clarity and detail. They come with both silicone rubber and foam eartips, a travel pouch, and you can use them with your palmOne handheld too.
Here's your guide to setting up your iPod, loading it with songs (legally), managing your music files, fiddling with sound quality, even using the alarm, calendar, and games.