October 27, 2005

The Many Faces of iPod

There are a lot of accessories for iPods. And today seems to be the day that the strange ones come out.

First, I read about the BrixPod case. Looks like something made out of Legos, right? 'Cause it is.

The BrixPod Classic is a signed and numbered limited edition of 300 units. Each BrixPod is assembled by hand from 59 genuine LEGO® parts. The BrixPod Classic can be displayed alone but is intended for use with the iPod shuffle (not included). By inserting the shuffle into the top of the BrixPod you get the effect of a fully functional music player constructed from LEGO®. The shuffle is held securely and protected inside the BrixPod. By pushing on the screen area of the BrixPod the shuffle can be paused/played. An eject slider on the back of the BrixPod allows you to remove the shuffle easily.
But this is what really caught my attention:
Inspired by the world's obsession and devotion to the iPod, iBelieve is a replacement lanyard for your iPod Shuffle. It is a social commentary on the fastest growing religion in the world.
My only question is -- what religion would that be, exactly?

Posted by: Warren Kelly at 08:47 PM | Comments (1) | Add Comment
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1 OK. Wow. I'm afraid I know some folks who would love to get their hands on one of those iBelieves.

Posted by: songstress7 at November 05, 2005 01:29 PM (0zDjn)

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