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Thread: iPod VMU

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    Default iPod VMU

    I saw this over on Kotaku and though it was worth a mention: Some wacky Japanese person has modified a Dreamcast VMU and used it as an iPod Nano mod. It looks pretty cool and I'm sure it'll bring a smile (And intense jealousy) to the Dreamcast fans around here:









    I want one...

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    Yeah I saw this, I was well impressed, it's so simple but it works really well. I want one too. They had these on Kotaku the other day aswell. Some custom painted Dreamcasts. They look amazing.........
    http://kotaku.com/5645651/these-drea...rious/gallery/

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    That is the most amazing thing I have ever seen in my life.

    Sega, there is a market here!!

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    Heh, Dreamcast branded iPod cases. Yeah, there is a market there. Whether or not SEGA would tap into it is another matter entirely.

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    That gives me another Sega project to work on.

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