Monday, February 26, 2007

The iPod User's Best (Vibrator) Friend

iPods and vibrators represent 2 of the most popular brands of gadgets around the world, although they offer quite different types of satisfaction; and since these things can be found just about everywhere these days, it was just a matter of time before someone found a way to capitalize on their huge success.



And it seems that someone actually did exactly that, since a company called Suki, LLC. has launched a device called OhMiBod which is by far the most interesting iPod acsexsory (as the manufacturer calls it) ever created.

As mentioned before, the OhMiBod has been developed by the Suki company which was named after its owner, a former Apple,Inc. employee, and was meant to bridge the gap between one's music and sex life. And this little “playful” thingy manages to do just that, since it simply plugs into the iPod or any other music player and it automatically vibrates to the rhythm and intensity of the music.

This is possible due to the fact that the OhMiBod integrates special audio circuitry, which is capable of transforming the music's beats and rhythm into non-repetitive and stimulating vibrations. Moreover, although it's optimized for the iPod, the device is also compatible with just about any other electronic audio output source with a 3.5 mm jack, as for example MP3 and DVD players or even laptops, and comes with a 90-cm “freedom cord”, so that the users can really enjoy it, regardless of the situation.

The OhMiBod is also quite safe, since it's manufactured out of a hypoallergenic white, non-toxic and non-porous plastic material, with a chrome finishing. Moreover, if the users don't feel like listening to music at some point, they can simply attach a multi-speed cap and turn it into a normal, everyday vibrator.

This very kinky device is available for around 69 US dollars, and the users even get the possibility to join a growing online community, called Club VIBE, where they can share playlists and opinions about their experiences with the device. So, how about some Fatboy Slim, dear users?

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