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Belkin SportCommand: wireless iPod controller on your arm

Belkin has made quite a pile of money riding on the iPod’s coattails the past few years. They keep putting out quality accessories, though.

The latest one is called the Sport Command, and it’s designed with cold-weather sports in mind. It’s a wireless controller that is attached to an armband. The remote has large yet separated buttons, so gloved fingers can easily track through the functions. The armband is expandable, to be able to wrap around a jacketed arm.

It arrives in November, and the price is expected to be US$80. Now, all you need is that iPod-enhanced ski jacket.

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