October 26, 2005

Review: Tom Bihn ID

A few months ago, we checked out Tom Bihn’s Brain Bag, an excellent product, but not for everyone. If you’d rather have a messenger bag format, the ID offers similar features at a lower price.

October 12, 2005

Review: RadTech Portectorz for iPod

A few months ago, we took a look at RadTech’s Portectorz, silicone rubber covers for the ports on iBooks and PowerBooks. We thought it would be cool to see such a product used on other things, and when RadTech announced the Portectorz for the iPod, we had to test it out.

October 11, 2005

Review: Griffin iFM

Most iPod accessories fall under one of a few categories—speakers, docks, cases, FM transmitters, voice recorders, and remotes. We were taken back a bit when Griffin Technology released the iFM, a small device that crosses the boundaries to include remote, voice recording, and FM receiving capabilities.

October 10, 2005

Review: Newer Technology miniStack

In just a few short months, countless companies have created hard drive/hub combinations for the Mac mini. One such product is the NewerTech miniStack, available in sizes from 80-500GB, and even an add-your-own-drive model. Despite the miniStack having a name that will suggest it can only be used with the Mac mini, any USB- or […]

October 5, 2005

Review: Griffin iTrip (LCD)

Over a year ago, we took a look at Griffin’s iTrip, an FM transmitter designed specifically for iPods. Unfortunately, the biggest drawback with the iTrip was that it required you to load sounds onto the iPod to change frequencies, as well as requiring you to go through playlists to pick frequencies.