If there was an award for most innovative and side-splitting faux gadget or techie spoof, this week's winner would be a toss up between the iPhone Shuffle and the iNoPhone, which combines two products – a former Apple mouse and a bluetooth headset into one small and lightweight handheld device. Shown here on the left next to my famous cut out of the "real" iPhone the iNoPhone's end result is, well, nothing short of tremendous.
Created by the editor of Geektechnique.org: the iNoPhone "uses a proven user interface based on one button, letting you control your calls with just one finger. So it ushers in an era of sophistication never before seen in a bluetooth device, completely redefining what you can do with your current phone." For more about the iNoPhone, just read more
A loooong time ago, I made the iNo, a project I made after I saw a Stevenote where he introduced the iPod shuffle and the Mac Mini. Now I already had an idea of putting the guts of some MP3-player into an old ADB-mouse, because somehow the old mouse resembled the looks of an iPod. But when Apple introduced an iPod without a screen, I somehow felt a rush and changed my plans overnight into the iNo. I thought “I can go even more minimalistic than an iPod without a screen… How about an iPod without an MP3-player as well?”