MacDirectory Magazine

Winter-Spring 2008 (#36)

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98 MacDirectory MUSIC BUYERS GUIDE >> ety8 In-the-Ear Bluetooth Earphones Etymotic Research presents the world's first in-ear high- fidelity, noise-isolating headphones, presenting the company's renowned audio quality. The iPod system includes the ety8 headphones, 8-Mate adapter for iPod, leather case, eartips, USB charging cable and filter changing tool and filters. There is a system for other Bluetooth-enabled devices as well. Earphone controls allow the user to control volume, previous/rewind and next/fast- forward. The ety8 earphones with Popular Science magazine's "Best of What's New" award in the gadget category for 2007. Suggested retail price: $299 with iPod adapter; $199 earphones only. >> Rhinoskin iPod Shuffle Accents Rhinoskin wants to add a bit of color to your life, and you can switch them up as often as you like. The Shuffle Accents are touch, lightweight polycarbonate covers that slide on quickly and easily. Bright colors featured are orange, green, blue and pink. Access to the Click Wheel and functions are completely open. A reinforced edge adds strength and durability. Also check out Rhinoskin's iPod Shuffle Aluminum Accents, with a 100% anodized aluminum cover for your 2G Shuffle. The four bright colors are red, green, blue and pink. And it's neoprene-lined so it won't scratch when you slide it on. Suggested retail price: $9.95 Shuffle Accents; $19.95 Aluminum Shuffle Accents >> iWear AV920 Vuzix (formerly Iciuiti) introduces the latest in its line of iWear products. The AV920 connects to nearly any video device and delivers a virtual display equivalent to a 62-inch screen viewed from nine feet away. Users can watch their favorite movies or play their favorite video games in the privacy of their very own theater. It offers crystal-clear high-resolution 2D and 3D pictures. Supported devices include portable DVD players, media players, gaming systems, digital cameras, camcorders and cellular phones with video output. The AV920 also works with the video iPod. A small, built-in lithium battery allows for five hours of continuous use. Suggested retail price: $349.95

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