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File under cool: high-def video on iPods

File under cool: high-def video on iPods

A California company is working on adding high-definition video viewing as an accessory for the iPod--5G video model or not. The president of start-up ATO says the iSee will be a sleeve with a built-in LCD that will slip over top of an iPod, jack in to the USB port, and deliver high-def viewing pleasure. It'll also partition the iPod to create a storage area for non-DRM video clips--the only kind viewable with the $199 to $250 iSee. So, no Desperate Housewives downloaded from iTunes, but hey, it's all Strongbad, all the time.