Last week Dr. Bott, a manufacturer and distributor of Macintosh peripherals, rolled out its iPod Auto Charger. Today the company announced its iPod Connection Kit II, which contains options for connecting the iPod to automobile stereo systems, home stereo systems, the mic input of computers and other devices.
The kit includes an auto charger, cassette adapter, various audio cables and a carry pouch. Dr. Bott’s original iPod Connection Kit includes an FM transmitter that can’t be sold in all parts of the world, according to CEO Eric Prentice.
“We’ve seen great interest for the kit worldwide so we decided to release a version that could be offered everywhere the iPod is sold,” he said. “The iPod Connection Kit II replaces the FM transmitter with a cassette tape adapter.”
The new connection kit (http://www.drbott.com/prod/ipodkit2.html) will retail for US$47.95. It’s due to ship next month.