From the monthly archives:

April 2007

Nike Updates Nike+ Sport Armband

by Johan on April 30, 2007

Nike Updates Nike+ Sport Armband

Nike has released an updated Nike+ Sport Armband for Apple iPod nano featuring a clear window for the screen. This updated version is large enough to house both an iPod nano and a Nike+iPod Sport Kit receiver. Priced at $29, the Nike+ Sport Armband is still made from Nike Pro Compression fabric.

Via iLounge

Free Laser Engraving on Apple iPod

by Johan on April 25, 2007

Free Laser Engraving on Apple iPod

Apple offers a free engraving messages on the iPod till May 13. The Laser Engraving iPod accepts up to 44 characters that fit in two lines for the iPod Video, up to 23 characters that fit in two lines for the Nano, and up to 38 characters that fit in one line for the Shuffle. Visit Apple to get more details.

Via Apple

Griffin Technology

Griffin Technology comes back with its new dock adapter for the second-generation iPod shuffle. Priced at $20, the adapter allows use of the shuffle in speaker systems and other devices with an Apple Universal iPod Dock. The device also offers a slider switch that toggles between Charge/Sync and Audio Play modes.

Via iLounge

Blue Raven

Blue Raven Technology has announced the availability of a replacement batteries for Apple iPods and iPod mini. The batteries are currently available at retailers including CompUSA, Micro Center, and Amazon. In addition, the replacement batteries offer up to 30% more capacity, resulting in longer battery life. Blue Raven iPod replacement batteries retail now from $30.

Via Product Page

Microsoft Zune 2.0

by Johan on April 18, 2007


According to rumors, Microsoft will release the Zune 2.0, which is the next generation of Microsoft’s digital media player. It could be a fake, but maybe it’s not. We hope that Microsoft will make an official announcement soon.

Via Gizmodo

SRS-200BD Bluetooth Audio Transmitter For Apple iPod

Slaudiolab will release the SRS-200BD which is a Bluetooth audio transmitter accessory for the Apple iPod. The device plugs into the base of any iPod dock-connector and offers high-quality stereo audio via Bluetooth. The SRS-200BD also features SRS WOW HD audio enhancement technology into the transmitter. The SRS-200BD Bluetooth audio transmitter for iPod has already got its FCC approval. The release date and pricing are still unknown.

Via Newlaunches

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