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Logic 3's Shuffle-like iPod remote

updated 10:35 am EST, Fri December 8, 2006

Shuffle-like iPod remote

Handheld specialists Logic 3 have returned with the MIP117 RF remote, designed to resemble the first-generation iPod Shuffle. A receiver plugs into your iPod's dock connector, at which point you can perform standard functions such as pause, skip and adjust volume, or additionally, jump straight to your Albums and Playlists folders. The remote is compatible with 3G to 5G iPods as well as minis and nanos, though it should be noted that earlier players may not be fully compatible with all controls. Power comes from a lithium cell battery. The 117 is on sale now for 30 ($59) in the United Kingdom, but it may eventually arrive at Logic 3's American store. [Courtesy of Chip Chick]



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