Thursday, February 22, 2007

IPod’s Groovy Factor - NYT

IPod’s Groovy Factor - New York Times: "WHAT do flying plastic pigs, dancing daisies and robotic Barbie dolls have in common? An iPod.

With more than 90 million players sold worldwide since its introduction in 2001, the iPod has spawned a lucrative accessories industry. At least 3,000 types of iPod extras have received Apple’s blessing — mostly no-nonsense options like cases, earbuds and amplified speaker systems, including the $300 SoundDock line made by Bose.

But another trend is developing, one more playful and not always with Apple’s approval or knowledge."


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