Don't-Miss MP3 player accessory Stories
Kensington introduced several new accessories for iPhone, iPod and notebook users that allow you to connect, charge and transfer files.
iBikeConsole helps you listen to your iPod nano by mounting it -- with special wireless control grips -- on your bike's handlebars or stem.
For people who want a compact home theater Philips has launched the CimemaOne, at the IFA electronics show on Thursday.
Sonoro released a cube-shaped radio that supports both Internet and FM broadcasts, priced at about $585.
The iStik case uses magnets, not a clip, to stay in place.
H2O Audio is offering a waterproof armband that's compatible with the iPhone 3G, for athletes interested in watersports.
The iH41 is a new alarm clock that rotates to let you watch iPod touch videos in a landscape orientation.
Belkin says its TuneCast Auto FM adapter for iPod is now vetted for use with the iPhone 3G, too.
The PXAMG is a new device that enables you to connect your iPod using the satellite radio hookup found in late-model cars, to provide better quality audio than an FM transmitter.
The PowerBullet 2x2 plugs into either a wall or car power socket and features two USB ports for charging two devices at once.
There are new iPod and iPhone cases available from various vendors.
The Belkin GoStudio is a new accessory kit that turns the iPod into a portable audio recording studio.
i.Sound has introduced a new 2-in-1 charger and backup battery compatible with the iPhone and iPod.