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its similar to the iconverse but a bit more advanced i think but on same thinking the case it was in which i think is a bit big but would protect the ipod from damage is the imaingo
http://www.amazon.co.uk/iMainGo-portable-system-iPhone-players/dp/B001DJJO2W/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1264101277&sr=8-2

the springboard looks a lot bigger unless they have changed them but would be good for young children that find the ipod a bit grown up looking (it only comes in black Sad )

i definitely heard her say pogo just the rest of the name got lost in skype world lol
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flippin eck i just checked out the price of the springboard and i was moaning about paying out £350
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yea my husband says they are alot bigger than a ipod, the boy who uses it at my husbands work is 15 but with very severe autism
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(01-21-2010, 07:31 PM)kerryh86 Wrote: yea my husband says they are alot bigger than a ipod, the boy who uses it at my husbands work is 15 but with very severe autism

matt is 16, his autism is severe but he can work things like this very easily he is quick to learn if you can teach him before he gets bored lol. has v limited speech but he is trying to talk considering they said at 8 he would never talk, na na na na na lol
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wow u must be very proud of him, my son who wil be 3 in april is mute at the moment but is absolutly brillent with technology, surprisingly he can use and play the nintendo ds better than his 7 yr old brother and has been able to since he was about 16months!!
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Sounds like an excellent aid you must keep us updated on this!
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