There are lots of things to love about the iLuv i182, such as its cute-as-a-button name and sleek black design. What does it do? It’s a dock for your iPod or PSP that connects to a source via an S-Video port, and records audio or video straight to your iPod or PSP’s hard drive. No more converting! But what if you left your PSP at your brother-in-law’s? The iLuv comes with an attachable SD and MemoryStick card reader so you can still record audio/video for later use. The iLuv can even be set to stop recording at a specified time. This way, you can record the gripping season finale of “Shooting Sizemore”—while you’re out retrieving your PSP from said brother-in-law. The iLuv records at 640x480 pixel resolution for iPods and 720x480 for the PSP and other video devices. The iLuv will be available this month for $229 USD.
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Yes, there are myriad iPod cases out there with all kinds of bells and whistles, but if you’re as vain as we are, boy have we got a case for you. It’s the Griffin Reflect, a polycarbonate shell with a mirrored chrome finish. The cool part? When the backlight shuts off, the display disappears so only the wheel shows—and the case is now a handy mirror! Fortunately, the Reflect also has a matte rubberized back to prevent slippage. Available for 2G nano, 5G and SanDisk Sansa for $24.99 USD. Apparently we’re not the only ones diggin’ ourselves, as the Reflect is currently on backorder.
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