Special Edition : MacWorld SF iPod News
Friday, January 11, 2002
Photos: More iPod Stuff at MacWorld
Check out the latest photos Matt, Adam, and Zach took for us from MacWorld SF. Photos include XtremeMac’s photo window iPod cases, Griffin Technologies PodMate universal remote adapter, and more. Thanks again guys!
Thursday, January 10, 2002
Photos: iPod from MacWorld
Update: 3 Guys, An iPod and a TiBook
Those 3 wacky guys attending MacWorld have done it this time! Zach catches himself on fire and thanks for displaying a photo of iPodlounge.com on their TiBook! Good thing it wasn’t the iPod on fire. But just in case you need some protection for your iPod… your receiving a free Marware SportSuit Sleeve iPod case from us! Thanks for the entertaining photos.
Wednesday, January 9, 2002
Software: XPlay Technology set to ship next month.
Mediafour, while at MacWorld SF, announced a February 26 release date of the final version of XPlay Technology for Windows.
Tuesday, January 8, 2002
Hardware: Griffin PodMate Photo
iPoding.com have a photo of the new Griffin PodMate, which turns your iPod into a universal remote. We assume this photo was taken while at MacWorld SF. Correct us if we’re wrong. Soon we’ll have Griffin’s iPod accessories line to review.
Monday, January 7, 2002
Steve Jobs Keynote Address
iPod related announcements:
- 125,000 iPods sold in first 60 days.
- Over 8 million iTunes distributed.
- New iBook with 14” screen, $1799. Current 500MHZ model reduced to $1199.
- iPhoto, another digital hub app joins iTunes, iDVD and iMovie.
- iMac G4, 700 and 800 MHZ models, 15” flat-panel LCD active matrix monitor, and SuperDrive.
Hardware: XtremeMac.com launches
XtremeMac.com have launched their website as they debut at MacWorld. They have several iPod bundles to choose, priced from $19.95 to $49.95.
3 Guys, An iPod and a TiBook
We’ve had some great responses from iPodloungers wanting to contribute to the web site with news and photos from MacWorld SF. Thanks guys! One of the responses was by Matt, who with 2 of his friends, have launched a web site which will document their adventures into MacWorld SF.