The iPod is a fashion statement all by itself, especially when it first hit the market a fair number of years ago. Until now, we have a wide range of iPods to choose from, with the iPod touch being the latest in a pedigreed line. While iPods do sell well, how about making accessories styled after the iPod in order to gain some mileage? That's what the iPod memory stick is all about - it is available as an unofficial, unlicensed Apple product, but take one glance at it and tell me that you have not yet fallen head over heels with it. It will come in 1GB and 2GB capacities, retailing for £20 and £25, respectively. Needless to say, the price point doesn't do the memory justice, but I think you're paying more for the design than anything else.