Jan. 6, 2012 at 9:19 AM ET
One of the last emails I read before falling asleep on Thursday night — alright, it was technically already Friday morning — included a press release which informed me that iDevices, the creator of the iGrill, was introducing something called the iShower. iThink iCried aLittle.
Don't get me wrong, I can get past the cringe-worthy names, the awkward product image included with the press release — were those tiles added using Photoshop? — and even the note pointing out that there's an "optional anti-fog shower mirror" involved.
The only thing that really bothers me is that the whole concept of bringing speakers into the shower didn't disappear at the same time as the late-night infomercials for brightly-colored radios which match your favorite shampoo bottles.
Ah well. In case you don't particularly agree with my sentiments — or just plain really need a backing track for your one-man (or one-woman) bathroom concerts — here's what you should know about the iShower: It's water-resistant, offers a 200-foot Bluetooth range, can remember up to five Bluetooth pairings, should work for up to 15 hours if you feed it three AA batteries, and can be easily installed in your shower or other "aqua-centric environment" (with "no tools needed").
Oh, and it's worth noting that — despite the lower-case "i" in its name — the iShower supports both iOS and Android devices.
The gadget will set you back a hundred bucks and can be ordered through the iShower website or select retailers.
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