Leather holster for the iPod classic.

Callpod Chargepod

Charge your iPod classic, iPod nano, iPod touch, Bluetooth headset, and PSP all through one power outlet.

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Dock your growing iPod family

Targus SoundUP

This device is supposed to make your digital music sound better. We’re not so sure.

Vuzix iWear AV920

The iWear AV920 is almost there. Almost, but not quite.  Undoing, oh, about a million gajillion years of human evolution (we could be off by a few gajillion) is not going to be easy no matter who you are, but Vuzix, the makers of the iWear AV920 glasses, are trying. Vuzix has given us twin high-res LCDs mounted in a 2.9-ounce visor that serve up the equivalent of a 62-inch display on a 0.31-inch eyeglass screen about, oh, 2.5 inches from your retinas. The product’s development could have been driven by the modern desire to miniaturize everything or the unending need to extend the functionality of small-format video viewers à la the iPod, but it’s really anyone’s guess.

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Video: Take Your iPod Under the Sea

Roman submerges the H2O Audio IV6 Waterproof Case.

Intuitive Devices BudClipz

A leash for your iPod earbuds.

iRhythms A-9500

Headphones aren't supposed to hurt when you wear them.

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iPod Exploded in Resin

 iPod Suffers Same Fate as Han Solo

Apple iPod Touch

The iPod touch is primarily a media player. Everything else is gravy.  In our first look at the iPod touch last month (Nov/07, p68), we said that it’s basically a phoneless iPhone. It turns out that the iPod touch is even less than a phoneless iPhone. But if you want a media player first and an Internet device a distant second, the touch offers a satisfying experience.