iPod Gadgets

It seems almost everybody has an iPod nowadays, but some people may feel limited by the iPod’s capabilities, or feel like it needs a little something extra. These iPod gadgets may be just the thing to breathe a little new life into your old iPod, or make for the perfect gift for an iPod fanatic.

Big revolution in a small package: Apple iPod nano

Of course, the iPod has been a hit ever since it hit the markets, and every reincarnation of this popular multimedia wonder has been a revolutionary take on the original. The iPod nano is no different, bringing video that fits in the palm of your hand. With the iPod nano you can enjoy all of your favourite TV shows, movies, podcasts and much more on the larger, brighter display with absolutely incredible picture quality.  Read the rest of this entry »

Pocket Sized Optoma Pico projector

The Optoma Pico Projector is the first projector ever from Pico to incorporate the DLP Pico chipset. This micro-portable projector can fit in the palm of your hand (smaller than most new smart phones!) and can be a fantastic companion for your favourite media devices like an iPod, smart phone or PDA, or even your digital camera. Weighing only four ounces, the Optoma Pico Projector can connect to a multimedia unit and project an image up to 100 times larger than the small screen you would have on your iPod. This lets you share the experience with all of your friends. Read the rest of this entry »

Next evolution: The Apple iPod touch

The iPod was a revolution in personal media players, and the iPhone was a revolution in smartphone interfaces, so it only makes sense that Apple takes advantage and bring you both revolutions together in the new iPod touch. Instead of the now common Click Wheel found on older iPod models, the iPod touch allows you to use your finger to command your iPod, looking through your photos, music and videos. You can even use two fingers at once, commanding the menu to zoom in or out of photos and web pages (yes, this iPod can also access the internet!) With built-in Wi-Fi capability, this iPod can now get online, and even download music and videos directly from the iTunes Wi-Fi Store.  Read the rest of this entry »

Videos ready for iPods with Videora iPod converter

One of the biggest downsides to using an iPod is the trouble of converting your media files into the appropriate format. The Videora iPod Converter helps to make that easier, being a free iPod video converter capable of converting video files, YouTube videos, movies and DVDs into a format that can be played on your iPod. Brought to you by the people at Videora, this software can convert various video file types (avi, xvid, divc, flv, x264, mpeg, vob, DVD, YouTube, etc.) into the proper video formats for your iPod (MPEG-4, H.264).

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iHome iH41 Rotating Alarm Clock for iPod Touch

The people at iHome have recently announced the release of their latest accessory for the iPod touch: the iH41, a new rotating alarm clock which allows you to watch videos on your iPod touch in landscape. The unusual shape of the iH41 can rotate around, allowing you to watch your videos on your iPod touch while it is being charged. The digital clock display will also rotate to face different directions depending on the unit’s position.

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Shower Radio mirror with iPod MP3 player

It’s always nice to have some music to sing along to in the shower, but you’d never risk bringing your iPod near the water, would you? Well, now you don’t have to worry anymore!

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Nike sports armband for iPod Nano

You don’t want to be fumbling with your iPod while you’re out jogging, so the Nike+ Sport Armband gives you the power to change your music easily while on the go.

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iPod and ProTrack – Portable Digital Recorder

The people at Alesis have come out with something a little different than their usual high-quality audio equipment; the Protrack, capable of turning your iPod into a portable digital recorder. This makes it great for on-the-spot recordings, such as at a lecture hall or concert.
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