This article has been something that I’ve been kicking around for months. I never could really formulate the entire thing previously, mostly because of dead-ends, but I had a chance to really think about this. I’ve been running this site for almost 7 years, and have been writing on various other sites for a good […]
All sorts of iTrip models have existed in the past, but usually owners of the smaller iPods have had to put up with using an iTrip that just didn’t fit well with their mini or nano. Griffin changed this with their latest revamped iTrip for iPod nano. It includes new features and a great design […]
One common complaint with the current shipping group of iPods is the easily scratched surfaces. Although the iPod itself is a rather sturdy and durable device, the plastic can develop scratches over time. iBooks, iMacs, and other glossy plastic devices can have this happen, as well.
I’m cheap. There, I said it. As most people know, the only way to listen to music from the iTunes Music Store and have a mobile phone is either to spend quite a bit of money on a Motorola ROKR or SLVR from Cingular or have an iPod and a phone. Since I fall under […]
We were very impressed with XtremeMac’s original AirPlay, which we reviewed over a year ago. It offered features comprable to Griffin’s iTrip, but was much easier to operate.