Kensington Digital FM Radio & FM Transmitter for iPod Review at XYZ Computing

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    Snip: The piece is also quite easy to use. It plugs into the iPod’s universal connector doo-dad at the bottom and works from the second it’s attached. Only a few buttons are present on the unit; one controls its transmitter role (in, out, off). A set of four buttons act as presets for those who are too lazy to tune the device themselves using the “+” and “-” buttons. Unfortunately, in order to listen to the radio, the headphones must be switched into the jack on the Transmitter itself. Not the biggest deal in the world, by any means, though.

    Link: http://www.xyzcomputing.com/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=655
     
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