Mac user groups and iPod accessories
With a few weeks before the iPad madness begins, we turn our attention to less time-sensitive topics. I begin this episode of the Macworld Podcast with an interview with The MUG Center’s Chuck Joiner. We discuss the current state of Macintosh User Groups.
After a commercial oasis, Macworld senior editor Dan Frakes and I talk about the iPod and iPhone accessories we use and enjoy.
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Dan and I discuss a mean mess of accessories. They include (in order mentioned):
- Scosche’s $30 TapStick
- Etymotic’s hf2 Custom Fit headset + earphones (custom fit option currently available only in the U.K.)
- Sony’s $110 MDR-VS studio headphones
- Focal’s iCub speaker (discontinued)
- Audioengine’s $349 A5 speakers
- Griffin Technology’s $70 Simplifi dock
- Dexim’s $50 MHub Dock Station
- Griffin Technology’s $40 (2-docks) $60 (4-docks) PowerDock
- Parat Solutions’ Parasync charging and synchronization dock
- Comply’s Foam Tips
- Ten One Design’s $8 SoundClip
- Mophie’s $80 Juice Pack Air
- Plantronics’ $100 Voyager Pro Bluetooth headset
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