Ovolab Phlink

Thanks for calling my Mac, dude.

X-Arcade Tankstick

The Tankstick puts old-school controllers like those at left to shame, both in size and capabilities.  You call yourself a serious gamer - but what are you doing fumbling with keyboard controls and a mouse? You can’t call yourself a serious gamer until you get a nice game controller. If you want to let everyone know you’re really serious, then get a Tankstick.

EXO Stereo Monitoring System

More than external computer speakers, the EXO is a speaker system good (and inexpensive) enough to use for either studio monitoring or just MP3s.

Matias Tactile Pro 2.0

We turn up the volume on this click-clacking keyboard in our full review.

3Dconnexion SpaceNavigator PE

If you use one of its compatible apps, this knob-like navigation device could be your just deserts.

Griffin Technology iMic

The iMic can help you digitize your crates of vinyl records.  What’s your excuse for not digitizing your vinyl copy of Dark Side of the Moon? Wait, let us guess - you haven’t figured out how to connect your turntable to your Mac, huh? The red and white jacks from the turntable don’t match any ports on your Mac. What you need is an iMic. The iMic is handy for connecting a turntable, tape player, or any other audio device to your computer.

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In-Desk Dock for iPod: First Look

Belkin's iPod dock mounts in your desk's circular cable-threading hole.

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In-Line Remote

Also available in black.   The In-Line Remote has a 40-inch cable, connects to your iPod’s dock connector, and lets you keep your iPod safe and sound in your pocket or bag. The remote provides basic track controls (skipping tracks, fast-forward, rewind, pause/play, and volume) and has a clip so you can attach it to your lapel, bag strap, or sleeve. The remote also has a jack for your headphones; audio through the remote doesn’t seem affected.

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Have a few free USB ports on your Mac, or a USB hub? Why not put them to good use and charge up an AA battery?

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CoolMacPicks showcases some very cool travel accessories for your iPod.