Hands on with Apple iPod nano, Kensington debuts five new iPod accessories

First impressions of the “very impressive little” iPod nano by Playlist, including USB-only syncing and FireWire recharging, which current accessories will work with the iPod nano, and much more are covered in “Hands on with Apple iPod nano” on iPodDailyNews here.

Also on iPodDailyNews, five new accessories for Apple iPod have been announced by Kensington, which include the SX 2000 Speakers for iPod, Micro FM Transmitter for iPod, Digital FM Radio and FM Transmitter for iPod, iPod shuffle Travel Plug Adapter with USB Charger, and Transporters for iPod shuffle. Full article here.

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