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Tadpole For The IPod

Does your iPod say "girl power"? Or perhaps it's more "Skullz"? Or maybe it has more of the "Urban2" vibe?



One company, iFrogz, launched in March of last year selling rubber outfits for iPods with these sorts of names. The product is a silicone skins in 38 colors, accompanied by a set of 200 round stickers that can be affixed to the click wheel to personalize the device. In October, the company launched a product it calls the Tadpole, a silicone casing can enrobes the iPod with two handles on each side, so a young child can watch mom's video iPod in the car, for example.

By Yuki Noguchi  |  January 8, 2007; 3:30 PM ET  | Category:  CES 2007 , Yuki Noguchi
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