December 6, 2010

Review: CableJive dockXtender

dockXtenderEvery so often, we review an item that is so mind-numbingly simple, we’re surprised that we haven’t seen something like it earlier. CableJive’s dockXtender is one of those products—a $26 (2 foot) or $32 (6 foot) extension cable that features a Dock Connector cable on both ends, allowing you to use your favorite Apple device with any Dock Connector-capable accessory, regardless of if it is in a case, incompatible with the actual dock cutout, or you need the area around the Dock Connector free on a “attach on”-style device…

July 8, 2009

Review: Griffin Elan Form Graphite

Elan FormAlthough cases for the original iPod touch were often basic and bland at best, Griffin’s latest offering, the Elan Form Graphite gives 2nd generation iPod touch users a case as cool as their iPhone 3G using counterparts…

July 6, 2009

Review: MacAlly iVoice Pro

iVoice ProMacAlly has been providing Mac and iPod users with accessories for years, and it came as no surprise that they began offering a microphone for iPods—the iVoice Pro. Priced around $50 (although street prices vary significantly), the device is what you’d expect from a Dock Connector microphone…

June 12, 2009

Review: Uniea Omniverse

OmniverseIn our years of product reviews, we’ve looked at a number of iPod and iPhone cases, almost all of which are designed for a specfic model. This is usually due to Apple redesigning the enclosure of such devices. Sometimes it is as simple as buttons being moved or redesigned, while others mean the entire shape of the device has changed. Uniea’s $15 Omniverse is an inexpensive alternative that you can use with numerous devices…

April 13, 2009

Review: Griffin iTrip AutoPilot

iTrip AutoPilotThe iTrip AutoPilot is Griffin’s latest FM transmitter and car charger for the iPod which also brings with it iPhone and iPhone 3G compatibility. The FM transmitter features playback control for your portable Apple device from your console via your cigarette lighter…