The I-Deck brings some old school to the iPod

Darren Murph
D. Murph|07.19.06

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The I-Deck brings some old school to the iPod

Among the copious quantities of accessories available for Apple's DAP, the DIY creations just seem to rock our world. The latest invention to surface, dubbed the I-Deck, is a fusion of old school and new, sure to impress even the most creative gadgeteers or 19th century aristocrats. Don't confuse this gramophone-record player hybrid with that other i-deck iPod dock; this elaborate sound system provides functionality even we find refreshing. Aside from pumping tunes through the fixated mono speaker, the I-Deck's LCD turntable displays the album art of the current track while doubling as an enlarged iPod scroll-wheel to let that inner DJ kick out the jams. Although this isn't available to the masses (yet), we think creator Michael Kennedy has masterminded quite the show-stopper sure to rope in all manner of retro-futurist nerds.

[Via TechDigest]

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