Use Your iPod as a Breathalyzer

A California inventor has developed what may be the hottest iPod accessory for the coming holiday season. David Steele Enterprises has unveiled the iBreath breathalyzer that plugs into the dock connector of an iPod.

A tube folds out from the side of the device that you blow into, just like a breathalyzer machine used by the police. In a few seconds the iBreath provides a blood alcohol content reading, accurate to within .01. The portable breathalyzer has a timer to periodically remind you to check your BAC while partying to help you avoid a DWI.

The iBreath also features an integrated FM wireless transmitter that allows you to send your iTunes to an FM radio.

The device costs $50 and is available in black or white.

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