Recession Purchase: Chill Pill

Posted by Jakub

Chill Pill
I’m not sure how well they sound walking the streets but they might be worth(15 USD price tag) checking out if you have a few minutes to kill and your ears hurt from headphones, seems like the good guys at Turntable Lab enjoy them…

From the makers of the bestselling Chill Pill speakers comes the Rapcap Mini iPod Microphone. This genius gumdrop-sized device allows you to record crisp, clear audio onto your iPod simply and easily (just plug into your iPod’s headphone port to switch on recording mode). A durable, ultra-compact design and plug-and-record functionality make this device an easy addition to your daily digital life. Use it to record memos, field samples, music sets, and more. The mic itself is wind-resistant, optimized for voice recordings and saves files in easy-to-edit WAV format. Works with iPod nano4G, iPod classic 120GB, iPod Tough 2G/3G, and iPhone 3G. No batteries required.
15 USD @ Turntable Lab

8 Comments Leave A Comment


Dalton says:

May 20, 2009 at 8:14 pm

If these only had a pass through they would be perfect!
However I have been looking for something like this forever.


Brennan says:

May 20, 2009 at 8:22 pm

iPod tough? When did they start making those?

Touch*, I’ll assume.

If so, I might pick one up. Sound like a fun experiment. I wonder if they would work with Shazam (app). Any experiences out there?

Now if only they had a small camera that would plug into the iPod touch so I could use What the Font mobile like the iphone users…


Luke says:

May 22, 2009 at 5:40 pm

Is it just me, or does the concept of a mini microphone seem a little bit redundant? Cool product none the less.


Alupa says:

May 25, 2009 at 10:47 pm

I can’t tell you how happy I was to see this listed on the updates for the week. The product is super cool, but what really made my day was the fact I found these last week. I feel like I scooped the newspaper, even if my readership is only currently limited to myself. :)

I’ll be interested to see this popping up in the news under “Office Espionage” in the months ahead.