Sorry for the double post (in Mac Local too), but this about the coolest thing I've seen since... well, tuesday! <br><br>The iTrip described on MM's front page is amazing. It transmits iPod sound with FM radio like some of the others out there, but:<br>1. Can use ANY frequency<br>2. Is tiny, has no wires, just a plug<br>3. DOES NOT REQUIRE POWER!<br>Apparently it just uses power from the pod itself (how much?), and has an auto shutoff.<br><br>I think I'm more excited about this device than anything Steve introduced, probably because its in my price range <br><br>The only bad thing is it isn't shipping yet. Rats!<br><br>
#35465 - 01/10/0304:30 AMRe: Wow, this is neat
Yeah, I am getting that. I have been waiting to see what it looks like, will be glad when it finally ships so I can use the iPod in my cars. The present offerings suck from what I have heard, but this one should fill the bill.<br><br>
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