I like my iPhone and my iPad, but the music I listen to on the things on occasion is flat and lacks the bass I like to hear in the tracks. This problem isn’t limited to the iPad and iPod, pretty much all PMPs, notebooks, and netbooks have the same problem.
A company called digiZoid has unveiled a new device called the zo personal subwoofer. The zo promises bass like you would get from a 12-inch sub in a device the size of an iPod nano. That is a big claim, and one I would like to test.
The zo ships with the cable needed to connect it to the headphone port of your device. Once connected, you plug your headphones or speakers into the second port on the zo. The device has 32 different intensity levels to get the sound you prefer. Power comes from an internal rechargeable battery and you can get your own zo now for $99.Filed Under: Apple iPad, Apple iPhone, Apple iPhone Accessories