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The Scosche tapSTICK gives the third-generation Apple iPod Shuffle some badly needed buttons. Current models exist in either black or white, but a new transparent version is in the works that allows the Shuffle's color to show through.

The clear version of the Scosche tapSTICK is due out Q1 of 2010 for approximately $29.
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The Scosche flipSYNC offers an extremely compact and handy way to keep an iPod/iPhone USB cable on your keychain. Great for people who can never find an iPhone cable when they need one.

The flipSYNC is due out Q1 of 2010 for approximately $20.
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The Scosche reviveLITE II improves on the original iPod and iPhone wall charger by moving the built-in dock to the front (from the side) and adding an additional USB port.

The reviveLITE II is due out Q1 of 2010 for approximately $25.
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The IDR655m earphones with tapLINE II Remote and mic are compatible with the iPhone and latest generation iPods. Unlike Apple's headphone line, the IDR655m places the remote midway down the cable where the wires split, which some users may find more convenient.

The IDR655m headphones are due out Q1 of 2010 for approximately $100.
Caption by / Photo by Scosche
The Scosche reviveLITE II improves on the original iPod and iPhone wall charger by moving the built-in dock to the front (from the side) and adding an additional USB port.

The reviveLITE II is due out Q1 of 2010 for approximately $25.
Caption by / Photo by Donald Bell/CNET
The Scosche flipSYNC offers an extremely compact and handy way to keep an iPod/iPhone USB cable on your keychain. Great for people who can never find an iPhone cable when they need one.

The flipSYNC is due out Q1 of 2010 for approximately $20.
Caption by / Photo by Donald Bell/CNET
The tapSTICK gives the third-generation Apple iPod Shuffle some badly needed buttons. Current models exist in either black or white, but a new transparent version is in the works that allows the Shuffle's color to show through.

The clear version of the Scosche tapSTICK is due out Q1 of 2010 for approximately $29.
Caption by / Photo by Donald Bell/CNET
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