July 2, 2007

Review: DLO TuneStik

While Griffin Technology has carved out almost every market niche by offering iTrips in all shapes and sizes, some wondered whether or not DLO would be able to keep up. DLO has, and, in fact, is offering a bit more in their latest product, the TuneStik, but is it just another FM transmitter?

June 20, 2007

Review: Griffin iTrip Pocket

It seems like Griffin Technology has created an iTrip for every iPod ever made, and some for iPods not yet made. In the case of the iTrip Pocket, there’s a new twist on a familiar product. This $50 gadget is one of the tiniest FM transmitters out there…

March 7, 2007

Review: XtremeMac AirPlay Boost

It seems like around this time every year, we’re bound to check out a new version of AirPlay from XtremeMac. This year is no exception and for the last few weeks, we’ve been playing with the newest iteration, the AirPlay Boost, a $50 product that offers a more controlled idea of FM transmission….

September 7, 2006

Review: DLO TransDock micro

When everyone had iPod shuffles on the brain, DLO introduced a product called the TransPod for iPod shuffle. Not much was heard about the device, and after the shuffle became “just another iPod”, but with fewer capabilities, the product seemed to end up on the back burner. That is, until it was adapted…

June 5, 2006

Review: MacAlly FMCup

The iPod accessory market has a few key products that have almost reached the “dime-a-dozen” status. One being iPod cases, and the other being FM transmitters. What easier way is there to pipe music from your iPod to your car’s audio system without dealing with special installations or tape adapters? The appeal is simple—they’re an […]