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    iPod gains ghettoblaster accessory

    It's been a long time since I last heard the word "ghettoblaster". Never did I think I'd see it used in conjunction with Apple's iPod!

    North American iPod users can now blast the music collections to the whole street courtesy of accessory maker Digital Lifestyle Outfitters (DLO)'s latest add-on for the digital music device.

    Actually, 'add-on' seems too small a word. The iBoom is an entire ghettoblaster with a handy slot in which to drop Apple's miniscule MP3 player.
    Seeing is believing. Check it out over at The Register.
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    Ghettoblaster was the thing you could win in the early 90s classic Shane Ritchie hosted kid's game show "Run the Risk".

    I hoped that word was dead.

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    lol, that things looks hilarious!

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    That thing gives me even more reason to dislike the iPod and the culture that spawned it.

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    It looks kind of cool i think, though there's too much black for it to be Ipod compatible. The IPod doesnt look right docked in it

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