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The Muff DockOur regular Gizmondo feature - provided by those lovely people down at Tech Digest - regularly showcases a "Obligatory iPod Accessory of the Week"; most recently the Audi-Oh Vibrator which converts your iPod into a musical orgasmatron.

Well, you'll need somewhere to rest you iPod after a hard core session, and where better than the oooh-er-missus Muff Dock?

This little bit of iPod heaven is described as a "Bean Bag for your iPod", and allows you to "use your existing power cord while keeping your iPod well supported in an upright comfy position".

It's all very silly, but not so silly that the thing has not been selling like hotcakes. Indeed, the Muff Dock is temporarily out of stock after muff-hungry iPod users dived enthusiastically on the product.

For the record, the Muff Dock goes out at $19 and should be reavailable shortly. Tasty. ®

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