Apple has announced the release of The Free iPod Book 3.0. It includes “the world’s first look at Ultimate Ears’ groundbreaking quadruple-driver UE-11 earphones, comprehensive iTunes and iTunes Plus tips, and the latest details on making the most of your Apple TV.” Download it now for free in PDF format.
SendStation is ready to release its PocketDock AV adapter for iPod. It offers connections for USB, line-out audio, and both composite and S-video, allowing users to synchronize and charge their Apple iPods, and attach the device to stereos and TVs. The adapter features a 4-in-1 cable for USB and AV connections. The SendStation PocketDock AV retails for $37.
iStyles has released its 2007 Sleeve Collection that consists of 13 different fabrics that have been transformed into iPod-sized pouches. Priced at just $10, the sleeve features a slit-styled side pocket large enough for earphones or credit cards, and a large microfiber-lined central pocket designed either to fit an Apple iPod, or the smaller Apple iPod nanos and shuffles. Hit the jump to continue reading.
Digital Lifestyle Outfitters(DLO) has released the TransDock Deluxe, which enables you to broadcast music from your Apple iPod to the car’s FM stereo and play video on in-car video systems. DLO also ensures everybody’s safety by including a steering wheel remote, letting the driver have full control without need to remove hands from the wheel. The TransDock Deluxe retails for $129.99.
Monster Cable is now shipping its iFreePlay Cordless Headphones for second-generation Apple iPod shuffles. The headphones feature an iDock port for the shuffle that connects directly to the headphones, which eliminates the need for cords. Weighing at just 1.6 oz, the Monster iFreePlay Cordless Headphones are available now for approx. $50.
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Mondo Systems unveiled the Mondo Mint, which is “a new wireless music system consisting of a mini Class-D digital amplifier, two bookshelf speakers, a remote control, and a wireless dock designed to remotely stream music from an iPod up to 100 feet away.” The Mondo Mint system will be available next month for $349.