MiShare lets you swap music without a computer
Mon Oct 20, 2008 7:12PM EDT
I just found a really cool iPod attachment called miShare that lets you copy files between iPods. I know what you’re thinking, but miShare is actually a device that only lets you share your personal media with friends such as photos, videos, and non-DRM music files stored on your iPod. That pretty much means you can’t swap music purchased through iTunes with your buddies.
The device doesn’t require a computer or cable connection to work, so it makes the process of sharing a little easier if you’re on the road. To swap files, you simply attach both iPods to miShare’s 30-pin connectors, press a green button, and wait for the transfer to be done. You can share the last song played by tapping the transfer button once, or hold it for three seconds to transfer an entire playlist to another iPod.
Unfortunately, it won’t work with the iPhone or iPod Touch, but it’s perfectly compatible with most iPods. The device will set you back $100, and you can either find it at Urban Ouftitters or MiShare’s website. Gizmodo actually reviewed the device, so check out the video to see how it works.
~ by robeshare on December 16, 2008.
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