iBikeConsole - iPod bike commands - Mount your iPod Nano for a bicycle ride
iBikeConsole | Bike + iPod Nano
Listening to your favorite music while riding your bicycle it is one of those things people love to do. Of course riding on public roads hearing music with headphones on can be very dangerous and one must be responsible and never use this kind of equipment so loud that makes it impossible to hear what is happening around.
The fact that iBikeConsole has this wireless controls which are easy mounted on the handlebars make it very easy and safe to use even when you have your gloves on. It also has this strong weather-proof housing for the iPod Nano which can be attached to the handlebar with an universal tool-free mounting support and beside being weather-proof it is also shock-proof due to its` shock-absorbent liner.
Another way to take your iPod Nano for a ride:
Don´t want to use headphones!?
Pedal in the rain with this water-resistant iPod speaker case that clamps to your bike frame. Handlebar mounted remote control allows for safe cycling while listening to your tunes.
Passive speakers are great for portable audio devices because they don't need to be powered. This system is lightweight, requires no batteries, and is easy to carry.
What is an iPod Nano?
The iPod Nano is a portable media player designed and commercialized by Apple. It is the mid-range model in Apple's iPod family. The first generation was introduced in 2005.
It uses a flash memory, like the iPod Shuffle, this means there are no moving parts, making the iPod Nano immune to skipping due to sudden movement. With a small wide-screen display screen and the "click wheel" this model has been updated three times since its introduction.
Shortly after release, the iPod Nano became the highest-selling MP3 player in history, besting its sibling, the iPod Mini.
The fourth generation iPod Nano (4G) was officially announced at the Apple Let's Rock Event on September 9, 2008. It returns to the narrow form factor of the 2G model, while keeping and rotating the screen from the 3G model. It has a curved aluminum shell and glass screen. It is also thinner than both the 2G and 3G, measuring 90.7 mm (3.6 inches) tall by 38.7 mm (1.5 inches) wide by 6.2 mm (0.24 inch) thick, and weighing 36.8 grams (1.3 ounces).
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iBikeConsole | More than a iPod bike mount
If you think holding your iPod Nano safely and allow you to choose from your music play list without taking your hands from the grips it is all that iBikeConsole can offer you, you are wrong!
The iBikeConsole also converts your iPod Nano screen into a cycle computer display where you can check the speed, trip distance, and even more as long as your iPod Nano microcode allows the display of such information on iPod screen.
And after your rides all the information will be stored in the memory stick after removing your Ipod from the iBikeConsole. This way you will never need any other cyclo-computer again.
Try it! Play it! Listen it!
To find more information about iBikeConsole please visit their site:
Apple`s 1984 Commercial (remake version made in 2004 with the ipod added to it)
Buy an iPod Nano
Durable, soft silicone case fits tight and snug on the 4th Generation iPod Nano with easy access to all controls. Protect your iPod form scratches and damage.
Spoof ad based on the world famous Apple Mac 1984 commercial
Even though iBikeConsole it is not an Apple invention this does not mean they are not working to bring new products to the market.
Who knows maybe they will launch some kind of little speakers to adapt on your bike to make your rides safer.
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