iPode all-in-one adapter

in Current Mac Hardware edited January 2014
Check this out. It was a link off the powerpage.org site.

<a href="http://www.everythingipod.com/suggest.tpl?command=search&db=dbs/products.db&cart=1039277695487877&eqPRONAMEdatarq= TransPod%20All-In-One%20Car%20Solution%20for%20iPod&searchSKU=w001-2002&max=1&eqAVAILdatarq=YES&max=1" target="_blank">http://www.everythingipod.com/suggest.tpl?command=search&db=dbs/products.db&cart=1039277695487877&eqPRONAMEdatarq= TransPod%20All-In-One%20Car%20Solution%20for%20iPod&searchSKU=w001-2002&max=1&eqAVAILdatarq=YES&max=1</a>


  • Reply 1 of 3
    gordygordy Posts: 970member
    Cool? Yes.

    Worth $99? No.
  • Reply 2 of 3
    pscatespscates Posts: 5,847member
    I don't know. I think $99 is pretty okay for something that clean, easy and clutter-free. Think about it. If you've got 2000 or 4000 songs and you travel a lot, what could be a cooler set-up?

    Road trips and vacations would be awesome.

    Neat freak that I am, to me it's worth the money just to not have wires and crap all over the place. And to have a nice little accessibly-mounted iPod right where you can reach it?

    Beats a cup holder (or putting it in your lap) all to hell.

    If I only had an iPod...

  • Reply 3 of 3
    gordygordy Posts: 970member
    I guess I'm looking at it from a "sum of its parts" perspective. Granted, an all in one design is neater and eliminates cables, but a lighter adapter, FM transmitter, and mounting kit can be had for around 30-50 bucks.
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