The Muso is a small gadget that plugs into your iPod to provide voice control for your music player. It apparently synchs with iTunes directly and needs no training, so once installed you can start shouting ‘Gimme some good ole ROCK & ROLL’ at the top of your voice on the commuter train and you’ll be good to go. Probably. It’s self powered and the battery lasts 10 hours, which definitely should be enough time to get you thrown out of the carriage. $159.00.
The muso is a pocket-sized accessory for the iPod and iPhone that allows users to access their music with natural voice commands. The Muso synchronizes with the user’s iTunes library directly on first use and requires no training to understand requests such as “Play me some Led Zeppelin”, “How about some Rolling Stones”, “Gimme jazz” or “Go to My Broadway Tunes playlist”. Acting as the user’s personal DJ and creating dynamic playlists, the Muso also allows users to make requests such as “play me something like the last song.”