by CIO Staff

‘iCarta’ for iPods Enables Earbud-Free Bathroom Listening

Jun 16, 20061 min
Consumer Electronics

iPod users today take their music players everywhere. In the car. On the morning run. On bus commutes and train rides. 

In July, for the price of $99.95, iPod fanatics will be able to listen to their music, minus the earbuds, in the most private of environments: the bathroom, reports.

Fremont, Calif.-based Atech Flash Technology will soon release its iCarta iPod stereo dock, and it even features a holder for toilet tissue, as well as four “moisture-free” speakers, a built in AC iPod charger and a wall mount.

The mechanism could also be used to brush up on shower-singing skills.

Atech Flash Technology’s iCarta stereo dock for iPods
Atech’s iCarta

For additional info, visit Atech’s website.

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