December 07, 2006 by Rachel Cericola
If you’re looking to bogart your friend’s Britney Spears collection, you no longer have to scour the Web looking for homemade software that allows you to lift it. Sima has released Hitch, a $99 doohickey that allows users to share the wealth of their iPods without a PC.
The http://home.businesswire.com/portal/site/google/index.jsp?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20061206005069&newsLang=en” title=“company says”>company says that the device also connects to digital cameras, digital video players, and USB flash drives, so you can share a lot more than your love for 80s hair bands.
I’m not sure how this product gets a pass for sharing content, but I can’t manage to get stuff from my iPod back onto my computer. Not complaining… just saying.
- Digital Rights Management-compliant
- Hooks to cameras, digital A/V players, USB drives
- Charges devices during use
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