From the monthly archives:

May 2006

SpeckTone Retro Speaker Dock for Apple iPod

by Mr. Roboto on May 30, 2006

SpeckTone Retro Speaker Dock for Apple iPod
This SpeckTone Speaker Dock for the Apple iPod is pretty fresh with its retro look. It comes equipped with a 4-inch subwoofer and two 3-inch drivers with 28W output. The SpeckTone Retro comes in different colors and will run you about $150 US. Via TechEBlog.

Apple iGames???

by Johan on May 29, 2006

Apple iGames
According to the rumor from the internet, Apple will put some new games on the iPod. This is a good news for iPod owners because they will have something to play other then Brick, Parachute and Solitaire on their iPod. But how credible is this story? According to Gamespot News, an Apple hiring manager named Mike Lampell is heading up a group inside Apple’s storied iTunes division. The group is specifically hiring for C/C++ coders with a gaming background. The project was described as “super secret” and Apple would not even tell anyone the exact nature of it until the coders had been hired and signed a non-disclosure agreement. Via Gamespot News.

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Nike+ Air Zoom Moire (Apple iPod nano) Sneakers

by Mr. Roboto on May 26, 2006

Nike+ Air Zoom Moire (Apple iPod) nano Sneakers
The Nike Air Zoom Moire are designed to talk to your Apple iPod nano to give you information while you run (calories burned, distance, etc). Check the Apple/Nike website.

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Nike + iPod by Apple and Nike

by FreshEffect on May 23, 2006

Nike + iPod by Apple and Nike

Nike has collaborated with Apple to create a new type of shoe that makes running a lot more enjoyable. The first product from Nike and Apple is the Nike+iPod Sport Kit which is a wireless system that allows Nike+ footwear to transfer workout data to an iPod nano. The kit will come out this July and will cost $29. The Nike + Air Zoom Moire will come out the same time as the kit and will cost $100. Via Hypebeast.

Nike and Apple® today announced a partnership bringing the worlds of sports and music together like never before with the launch of innovative Nike+iPod products. The first product developed though this partnership is the Nike+iPod Sport Kit, a wireless system that allows Nike+ footwear to talk with your iPod® nano to connect you to the ultimate personal running and workout experience.

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Targus Desktop Security Lock for iPods

by FreshEffect on May 22, 2006

Targus Desktop Security Lock for iPods

If you have a pesky older brother or little brother like I do, this Apple iPod security lock might just come in handy. At only $29.99 this lock will make it so no one can get into your iPod. Via Targus.

The Targus Desktop Security Lock for iPod is the ideal way to protect your iPod in corporate displays, dorms and offices. The 6.5’ galvanized steel cable secures your iPod to any stationary object to deter theft. The three-digit combination lock can be reset by the user at anytime for increased security. This lock is compatible with iPods with a dock connector. Perfect for students or corporations.

Mickey Edition iPod nano

by FreshEffect on May 22, 2006

Mickey Edition iPod Nano

Disney and Apple have joined to create a Mickey Edition Apple iPod nano. This very limited iPod nano comes with a laser-etched case, Mickey faceplates, lanyard, box, and a membership card. The units are limited to 999 and will most likely cost a lot more than the original iPod nano. Pricing and avialability have not been released yet. Via Akihabara News.

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