From the monthly archives:

March 2007

Digital Lifestyle Outfitters

Digital Lifestyle Outfitters has announced the availability of its latest TransDock all-in-one car accessory. The device gains video-out for use with in-car video displays, an updated mounting arm, and interchangeable faceplates to help match your car’s interior. It also broadcasts audio to an FM radio, charges an iPod, and provides an auxiliary input for other devices. The new TransDock retails for $100.

Via iLounge

Sharper Image Offers Some New Products

by Johan on March 27, 2007

Sharper Image Offers Some New Products

The Sharper Image has received some new speaker systems designed for the iPod and other MP3 players. The new speaker systems are include iBeam Stereo with AM/FM & Universal Dock for iPod ($170), Dual CD Stereo with universal Dock for iPod ($100), Metro Stereo/Tuner for CD, iPod & MP3 ($100), Bedside Phone Center with Universal Dock for iPod ($150), Solo CD, iPod & MP3 Stereo ($160), Big Screen Clock/Radio with Sound Soother 20 and Stereo ZipConnect for iPod and MP3 ($100), and AudioClear CD Stereo with Universal Dock for iPod ($160).

Via Sharper Image and iLounge

iTrip Nano For 2nd Generation Apple iPod Nano

Griffin Technology has rolled out the iTrip nano, an upgraded to fit perfectly to a 2nd generation iPod nano. Priced at $49.99, the device uses the iPod nano’s own screen to display and change the tuning information.

Via Product Page

Apple TV Dissected

by Johan on March 26, 2007

Apple TV Dissected

Please enjoy some pics of the dissected Apple TV. Some dudes at TechRestore are dare enough to dissect the Apple TV. Check the photo gallery after the break that contains some dissection pictures of the device.

Via TechRestore

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Greenhouse FM Transmitter For 2nd Gen. iPod Nano

Greenhouse released an FM transmitter for the second-generation Apple iPod nano. Known as the GH-FTC-IPOD2N, the device features its own car charger. Weighing just 10 grams, the gadget is available in five colors. It retails for $30 in Japan.

Via Gizmodo

Apple Offers Classic TV Shows On The iTunes Store

Apple has teamed up with Sony Pictures Television to offer a handful of classic and newer television content on the iTunes Store. Priced at around $1.99, the shows includes “Starsky and Hutch,” “Charlie’s Angels,” “Til Death,” “Rules of Engagement” and “NewsRadio.”

Via News.com

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