What Macally did for the first generation Shuffle and the iPod Nano, Monster has done for the latest generation Shuffle.Unlike Macally's oversized, can I get a re-e-wind, selecta, cans, Monster's iFreePlay actually look like something we might be tempted to take jogging. By sticking little Shuffle directly into a dock on the 'phones, all wires are eliminated, so there's no trailing cord to lash you with every pace.Pictures of people flailing around in a care-free fashion on the Monster website suggest that the over-the-ear design is secure enough to star in a Bodyform commercial. We also like the fact that they fold flat to be (almost) as pocketable as your Shuffle itself.Course, you could achieve much the same effect by trimming some earphones and clipping a Shuffle to your ear. Only moderately less painful than nipples, our experiment found.
Gadget of the Day – Monster iFreePlay
What Macally did for the first generation Shuffle and the iPod Nano, Monster has done for the latest generation Shuffle.Unlike Macally's oversized, ca