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Ramos Q13 iPod Nano clone, how close is too close?

Can points be given for near perfect replication of a super-star media player? Probably not, but Ramos still did a very nice job with the Q13 and making the closest thing to a Nano close we’ve seen. It has the rounded sides, the 1.5-inch LCD (with a resolution of 176×132), video support, and the 1GB flash drive to boot. Unfortunately, ...

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Sony’s iPod dock sadly has a size 14 footprint

Sony made a product for the iPod? Whoa, did you see that sheep just fall from the sky? No? Oh, well, I guess the world isn’t coming to an end, and Sony really did just release an iPod Docking Station. The CPF-IP001 iPod Docking Station blasts your music at a pretty small size with its 2 15-watt tweeters and its ...

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Review: Chestnut Hill Sound George

Having a Rolling Stone on your team of developers is a sure sign to success right? Not necessarily in the iPod accessory market. Chestnut Hill Sound’s new George joins the slew of iPod dock/speakers with one feature that will blow you away. It’s way to interface with your iPod is a simple display with buttons…that detaches from the unit! Check ...

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Thinklabs iPod Stethoscope brings popular tech to the doc’s office

Even though you probably already have a whole slew of iPod accessories floating around in your room, what is there for a doctor? Sure it would be nice for them if they could plug in and jam while diagnosing your problems, but that’s not too professional, is it? Luckly, Thinklabs has created an addon make just for doctors. The Thinklabs ...

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Apple 802.11n update costs… $1.99! It’s official.

Double Apple news day! After all of those damn rumors about how much activating the 802.11n ability would cost, we now know! Apple is charging $1.99 for the software update. At first this was supposed to cost about $5, then it went to $2, then the hopefulls said it’s free!, now it’s officially $2. — Nik Gomez AirPort Extreme 802.11n ...

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Sakar iView replaces your portable DVD player with better tech

The transition from people using portable DVD players to   playing video from portable devices is in full force right now. While those portable DVD players were great while they lasted, they suffered from the same problem portable CD and tape players suffered from: the CD or tape. The Sakar iView is solving the problem of video through the solution ...

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MCE Tech. releases a Blu-ray burner for your Mac Pro

How badly have you Mac users wanted to have your very own Blu-ray burner? No matter, you can do it now. MCE Technologies has released a $699 Blu-ray Internal Recordable Drive so that you can use a disc instead of an external hard drive. One nice thing is that if you happen to want the Blu-ray burner but you think ...

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iConcertCal helps the music fan schedule his life

One of Lifehacker’s Downloads of the Day, iConcertCal is a cool little plug-in for the Apple app, iCal. The iConcert freeware embeds a schedule of artists from your iTunes library and synchronizes them with your calender so you can see when in the future your favorite bands are playing close to you. For an easier guide, just change the location ...

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Another good day for Cingular users, KRZR coming your way

So after the announcement that the iPhone would be available only to Cingular customers for the first few years of its release, Cingular has added another nice phone to its lineup. The Motorola KRZR, previously a Verizon selling point, and more recently a Sprint phone as well, has received a good amount of press and reviews comparing it to its ...

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iRiver feeding the hunger with S10 and watch accessory

As you probably know, the iRiver is a direct competitor to the Apple shuffle. Coming in both black and white high gloss finishes, the iRiver is just about the same size as the shuffle and adds many features to what the shuffle lacks in nearly every department. The S10 has a 1.15″ color OLED screen which goes easy on the ...

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