If you love your iPod Touch, then maybe you should get yourself this nice bedding that’s just been made available. You’ll be snug as a bug in a rug all night long under the covers of your iPod bed linens.
Looking for a unique dock for your iPod? You might want to check out Speaker Bot, a dock that looks like a retro 1950s robot.
The 18.5″ tall Speaker Bot is an “assemblage robot”, or in layperson’s speak, a robot made from old junk.
This has got to be the most ridiculous looking iPod dock I’ve seen in a while. In preparation for the 2010 World Cup, the guys over at Speakal have announced their new miSoccer.
The miSoccer ($119 USD) works just like any other iPod speaker dock, except it looks like a soccer ball (or for the majority of the globe – a football).
The fact that you own an iPhone doesn’t mean everything else has to be the cutting edge of new technology, right? Even the smooth, sleek lines of Apple’s phone can’t replace the classics, so why not let them live in beautiful harmony with this NES controller iPhone dock?
DLO (Digital Lifestyle Outfitters, a Philips brand) has an iPhone & iPod dock that’s simple and practical, and adds style to the mundane act of charging. The WallDock is nothing but a tiny charger with the dock connector integrated onto the plug itself.
Sure, there are thousands of iPod docks out there, but how many of them were printed out on somebody’s desktop? Not many, I bet. This unusual dock was rendered using a MakerBot desktop 3D printer.
Will Langford from BotMade used his desktop MakerBot CNC to create this iPod/iPhone charging dock.
Cooking a turkey can be a delicate operation, even if you don’t try anything fancy or potentially dangerous, so it’s nice to know you have a friend in the kitchen (and in your iGadgets): this year, let your iPhone do the timing.
It all comes down to this, people: either you’re with Pac-Man, or you’re with the ghosts. If you’re dedicated to the clear side of evil, make sure you warn everyone you see by labeling yourself somehow.
Looking for an out of the ordinary case for your iPhone or iPod? Check out these lovely handmade wooden cases just released from Vers.
Each case is crafted from solid hardwoods like walnut, cherry or bamboo, and just look just plain stunning.
Here’s a new and different idea for a DIY iPod case: use pages of old comics. A little masking tape, a few pages of killer images, and the ability to cut a straight line with scissors is all it took to assemble this chic custom case.
You just can’t keep a good rumor down. One would think Apple aficionados would have enough to talk about, what with Snow Leopard now gracing the machines of any Mac-owner willing to pony up the paltry $29 Apple asking price.
Infectious is like Threadless for your gadgets – the designs are submitted by users, so you’re bound to find something that suits your tastes. Here are a bunch of retro laptop, iPod and iPhone skins currently available at Infectious:
The awesome cassette tape player skin is called Retro Stuff is Better, designed by Tony Aguero.
Just because your electronic gadget is constructed from metal, glass and plastic doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t get along with something more natural.
These wooden iPod/iPhone docks let you charge or connect your media player to your computer.
Nature lover/not quite hip iPod owner Josh D shows us what Dremel and good taste can do. Josh D sent his iPod mini to a time way way way before retro by equipping it with a cedar wood case with brass screws and plates.