Apple iPod Touch with iOS4

September 2, 2010


I never ever think that Apple is/was innovative… the things that they introduce, you get them in other gadgets ages ago, the only difference is they have the fans to recognise them as good things to have.
Today I say Apple is good. I see the new iPod Touch as a next generation walkie talkie… What am I talking about?

“Video calling is in full effect on iPod touch. Now your friends can see what you’re up to, when you’re up to it. With the tap of a button, you can wave “hi” while standing in a foreign country, get a second opinion on a pair of boots, or have your friends bear witness to the everyday pranks, bets and dares they otherwise might have missed — new iPod touch to new iPod touch or iPhone 4 over Wi-Fi. And come face to face with even more fun.”

Good stuff!

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Apple 120GB iPod Classic

September 11, 2008


120GB of storage. Sleek, all-metal enclosure composed of anodized aluminum and polished stainless steel.

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Apple’s Funnest iPod Touch

September 11, 2008


With a thin, contoured stainless steel design. Now with volume buttons and built-in speaker. New technologies built into iPod touch such as the Multi-Touch display, accelerometer, and 3D graphics.

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Nike Amp+

October 19, 2007

 

The Nike Amp+ Sport Remote Control is a watch and a remote for the Nike+ experience. Hear instant voice feedback of your time, distance, calories and pace when you add the Nike+ iPod Sport Kit and Nike+ Ready shoes. Wear the watch alone for a stylish, unique timepiece.
The LED displays time of day and icons for iPod® nano controls when activated by the remote. Song is accessed through left-side button for quick motivation.
Looks a bit like my Starck/Fossil watch that can’t tell the time under sunlight.

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AMP Universal Speaker

October 6, 2007

 

AMP is a universal active speaker for Ipod or laptops. The AMP refers to the time before transistor radios. Back then, radios looked like giant pieces of furniture, since it took a lot of space to put all the technology needed.

The AMP is equipped with a mosfet amplifier and a 3-way speaker cone-set. The audio jack ensures the freedom to connect any portable music device whatsoever.
Since it’s so big, it can become a table too.

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iPod Classic

September 6, 2007

Decisions, decisions. Who needs ’em? Why should you have to choose what to put on your iPod? With up to 160GB of storage, iPod classic lets you carry everything in your collection — up to 40,000 songs or up to 200 hours of video — everywhere you go. In a completely new, even thinner, all-metal design at USD349, this iPod is a modern classic. No more whites.

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iPod Touch

September 6, 2007

 

The revolutionary technology that made iPhone a hit is now on one amazing 8-mm-thick flash based iPod. Touch your music in Cover Flow and watch video on a stunning, 3.5inch widescreen display. Browse the web with Safari and watch YouTube videos on the first-ever Wi-Fi iPod. Search, preview, and buy songs from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store on iPod touch.

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Boblbee Solar for iPod

August 18, 2007

 

The Boblbee Solar is a weatherproof iPod case made for adventurers. Fully droppable and wettable, the Boblbee Solar can take its share of the hard knock life. But its real trick is a curved solar panel, making the most of surface area for a charge cycle that should be about 8 to 10 hours on a sunny day.

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Random pic of the week

August 6, 2007

 

iPod docks are a dime a dozen but none are more mobile than Wei-Lieh Lee and Kevin O’Callaghan’s dock-in-a-dog-jacket, which will convert your pet into a walking boombox.

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High-end speaker producer Bowers & Wilkins (known on the street as B&W) is going all Hindenburg on your iPod dock. Named after its obvious inspiration, B&W’s Zeppelin is a two-foot-long black ellipsoid with a bundle of goodies hidden inside, including a 5-inch subwoofer, four speakers and an amp that can pump out 100 watts of power. It’ll also handle the classic iPod dock jobs like streaming pictures and videos to a TV. USD599…

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