Cycling with music is enjoyable, and I’m sure many of us out there use our iPod nanos on our cycling trips. Unfortunately, fiddling with the controls while one is on the road can be quite dangerous (to you and the other road users), which is why the iBikeConsole is an interesting device by itself. It allows one to take full control of the iPod nano without moving one’s hands away from the grips, and can be placed in a visible position without having rain and shock harming it. In addition, you will be able to keep track of your current speed, trip distance and other essential information all from the comfort of your nano’s display. It is compatible with all three generations of the iPod nano and will retail for $76.
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