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iLuv i1055 - front

iLuv wants you iPod owners to open your heart to its i1055, a gadget that transforms Apple's icon music player into a big-screen portable movie viewer. No videos on your iPod? Don't worry, the i1055 is a DVD player too.

iLuv i1055 - side

The i1055's display is a full seven-incher, placed alongside the unit's controls. The iPod docks discretely round the back from which also springs a fold-out stand. This accessory even has its own battery to keep the iPod topped up while it's in place - for up to three hours, at least.

The i1055 can be hooked up to a TV if you want a really big-screen experience.

iLuv i1055 - back

iLuv said its iPod add-on will go on sale shortly for around £150. Surprise, surprise, it'll be available in black and white versions.

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