This is The Bridge IIIP by Harman Kardon, besides acting like a really stylish docking station that’ll keep your iPod or iPhone recharged it’ll play their contents (both music and HD video) through any Bridge-ready A/V Harman Kardon receiver and hook up with it seamlessly. So, if you own a Harman Kardon system today this might just be worth taking a look at.
Link: Harman Kardon: The Bridge IIIP ($129.00)
Oh yeah, here’s a pair of stylish earphones for you: Nocs NS800. These sweet high-fidelity earphones are designed in Stockholm, Sweden and are available in both black and white models. Both sporting stainless steel housings, noise isolating silicone sleeves and Kevlar reinforced cables, meaning they’re designed to last a while.
Add the fact that they come with a mic and remote compatible with iPhones/iPods/iPads and you’ve got yourself a nice replacement for those standard white Apple buds.
Link: Nocs.se: NS800 ($200)
More docking speaker goodies: here’s JBL On Air Wireless AirPlay Speaker Dock allowing you to play all your music over WiFi from any iTunes running computer (Mac/PC), iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad with iOS 4.2 or later. Besides that it sports a color display showing the album artwork along with album / artist / song information.
Other features include HALO (horizontal acoustic level optimization), USB port, dual alarms, playback control buttons and digital FM-radio with 10 station presets.
The speaker will be available this spring, no price tag yet though.
JBL.com: On Air Speaker Dock
Griffin Technology has revived the old metal slap bracelet and wrapped it in soft silicone, creating a flexible steel band that is flat until you slap it on your wrist, adjusting itself to your wrist. Just put your iPod Nano in there and it’ll stay put and protect the dock connector and volume control while leaving the headphone port open.
Griffin Technology: Slap ($24.99)
PhoneSuit’s MiLi Pro Projector is a sleek pocket-sized projector built specifically for iPods and iPhones. Just hook it up and it’ll let you project a LED-illuminated 40 inch screen with a maximum resolution of 640×480 (480p). As for connections you get VGA and RCA audio input as well as USB output.
The MiLi Pro will ship in September 2009 but there’s no word on price yet.
PhoneSuit: MiLi Pro Projector ($TBA)
Edifier iF500 Luna is a 5-driver iPod/iPhone speaker system with a quite unorthodox design that has been available in Europe for a while now will make its way over the big pond to the U.S. and Canada any day now. Besides the iPod integration you get aux in for other audio players as well as digital FM radio. The speaker power output is 10W x 2 + 32W (subwoofer).
Edifier: Luna iF500 Product Page
Amazon.com: Edifier iF500 Luna ($299.00)
Here’s Mustek PF-i700, a digital photo frame with a 7" display. Besides supporting regular storage solutions like SD/xD/MMC and Memory Stick this one comes with an iPod dock, so just plug it in and let it play back your favorite videos and picture slideshows.
The PF-i700 is scheduled for launch in March 2008 to an estimated price of $129.99.
Thodio sure isn’t the first company to try the wooden approach to iPod accessories, but despite its boring name there’s something about the iBox that intrigues me.
This solid, handcrafted iPod amp features a wooden, high gloss lacquered cabinet. The basic models are built in either oak, teak or mahogany but other woods can be used on request. The battery is rechargable and lasts for about 15 hours and the whole thing offers 2 x 25 watts output power.
Thodio Exclusive Audio: iBox (359 euros, about $526 US)
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DLO has launched a couple of new Jam Jacket protective cases for iPod Touch, Classic and 3G Nano. For $20 you get a form-fitted silicone case protecting your unit from bumps, dust and scratches gifted with an earbud storage system (securing both buds and cord) while still allowing access to all controls and connectors.
Available in black and clear silicone.
DLO: iPod Touch Jam Jacket ($19.99)
DLO: iPod Classic Jam Jacket ($19.99)
DLO: iPod 3G Nano Jam Jacket ($19.99)
Is it just me or does the Triple Timer kitchen timer resemble a certain MP3 player? Well, I can imagine two reasons to get this $20 timer:
1) You want people to think you’ve actually bought a second iPod just to keep track of your cooking times.
2) You’re the kind of guy who likes to give fake gifts to your nephew, just to watch him cry when he realizes that he’s been fooled. Again.
Anway, if you want one you better get it before Apple’s lawyers spot it. Even though the scroll-wheel is becoming somewhat obsolete these days they eat companies that produces stuff like this for breakfast.
Williams-Sonoma: Triple Timer ($19.95)