Don't-Miss MP3 player accessory Stories
If you're looking for a truly tiny microphone for your iPod, you're in luck: they don't get much smaller than this.
The Passport Home Dock helps second-gen iPod touches, iPhone 3Gs and fourth-gen iPod nanos to work with older docks that don't support USB 5V power.
iSimple has announced its GateWay iPod and iPhone interface works with more than 30 new 2009 vehicles.
Nekfit’s iPod nano accessory attaches an iPod nano to your neck, giving a weightless feel to the music player for athletic users.
At CES, Ion Audio introduced a recorder for the iPod, as well as wireless speakers for Apple's music player.
The XtremeMac Micromemo, which connects to the 4G iPod nano through the dock, captures voice recordings with the help of flexible and detachable omnidirectional mic.
Headphones, cases, and other add-ons are a common sight on the Macworld Expo show floor. We talk about a few noteworthy ones at this year's event.
Blue Microphones introduces the Eyeball and Mikey to keep your Mac and iPod recording well.
If you like designer speakers and have $1500 burning a hole in your pocket, Parrot has a system for you.
The new Cinemizer plus—slated for release later this year—gives users the ability to individually adjust the focus of the high-resolution LCD screens for clear viewing, even if the user wears glasses.
The Parasync was build for schools and museums, but I bet Chris Breen could use one.
Accessory maker Griffin Technology always announces a lot of new offerings at Macworld Expo, and 2009 is no exception. Here’s a trio of eye-catching products.
Griffin announces a new iPod/iPhone inline controller that doubles as an FM tuner.