Priced at about 14,000 EUR (US $10,000)
There is a huge variety of tech and gadgets stuff under the children-oriented brands — from tons of Hello Kitty merchandise to even Disney’s Vinnie the Pooh flash drives but Barbie managed to stay quite in old-fashion. but now is something completely different. Pinkaholics and girls cheer up — there is now pink iPod doc / FM radio / alarm clock in the pinkish fuchsia color imaginable.
This is madness. THIS IS BARBIE.
And now for something completely different. There is a whole galaxy of iPod docks and speakers existing, like even this luxury one, but Griffin’s Evolve Wireless iPod speakers are truly wireless. With lithium-ion batteries in speakers, Griffin says they can be placed anywhere within 150 feet once charged via the dock station. Whole ten hours of playing time sound really promising. The base station’s line-in cradle accepts a stereo input from practically any source but base station, however still needs a power cord.
So it’s not only the iPod that you can listen to for only $300. Wirelessly.
Bowers & Wilkins have released their uniquely designed Zeppelin Ipod Speakers. The speakers also allow streaming video from an iPod to a television and have a remote. And for sure well-defined bass and clear sound. The Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin iPod Speakers are available in all stores with Bowers & Wilkins products.
According to some gathered data from forums with customer reviews and other technoblogs, seems like the new iPod nanos meet some screen problems that can be serious.
As new Zunes disappointing battery data is official now, we can relax, take our time and compare these two creations from Apple and Microsoft. Zune 80 quite compares with Ipod 80GB Classic, though it’s battery resourses seem to be weaker, but what about Ipod touch? What’s more important — gigabytes or sweet multitouch screen and the bigger price? It’s harder to choose between flash Zune and Ipod Nano, it’s up to you — WiFi or 1.8 inch screen? Looking forward to Novemver, we created useful comparative tables for your entartaiment and argues.
They are below the link with some more battery data and “premium” Microsoft earphones. Enjoy!
Belkin has introduced a new and really cool line of in desk hubs specially for that strange round holes in the desks. The trio of products includes two USB hubs and an iPod Dock. The first USB hub is a four port called the Front-Access In-Desk USB Hub and comes with a power adapter. The second USB hub is called the In-Desk USB Hub and uses the same three inch design as the other USB hub but the ports are flat rather for easy reach. The final hole product from Belkin is the In-Desk dock for iPod which is an iPod dock.
A new word in kitchen entertainment — Philips DCD778 Docking Entertainment System. This iPod compatible, under-cabinet multimedia player has an 8.5-inch wide screen LCD display and can play audio and video from an iPod, DVD, (S) VCD, MP3-CD, CD (RW) and Picture CD. The system also supports a built-in ATSC/NTSC TV tuner, digital AM/FM tuner, two 2-inch speakers, cooking timer and clock, and wireless remote. Compatible with the fourth- and fifth-generation iPods, the iPod mini, and iPod nano, the media player is ready for shipping next week
Pricey at $400, the Philips DCD778 Docking Entertainment System will add that geeky touch to your kitchen.
Oh, you have an iPod. And here is an anti-theft case for it. You just need to slide your iPod into this plastic case, close it with a lock, and you can securely leave your iPod attached anywhere (almost anywhere). Detailed pictures below the cut. [more]
The same 1GB and 12 hours of battery, and yes it’s available with free laser engraving just in time for Valentines Day. And with support of 2G earphones.