14 December 2006

Tadpole: iPod case for kids

TadpoleFor those of you brave enough to let your kids play with your iPod (Matt! Eirik! Tami! Pamela!), check out the Tadpole -- a nifty case and protective screen than makes the beloved device a lot easier to hold (and clean). [Via Caron, whose husband saw this on the Unofficial Apple Weblog.]

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Oh that is so awesome. I don't have the color ipod, but this is just another reason to upgrade.

I do not think parents are letting kids play with their iPods - it seems every 6, 7 and 8 year old is getting their own digital music player. Craziness!

There are also teddy bear docking stations so you can, presumably, snuggle with your iPod. Unreal.

that's interesting!
we have our ipod in a iguy posable cover, but i don't let my 3 yr old operate it...

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