Could these be the worst iPod knockoffs ever? We'll start off with the player above, which hopes to trick at least one person into believing that it's an actual iPod, Clickwheel not included.
The iBob comes in 256MB, 512MB, or 1GB and feature a 1.5" OLED Display -- supports MP3/WMA/WAV/WMV/ASF file formats. Could they make the font any larger?
What were they thinking? This abomination doesn't even play music files, it's just an FM radio that got an "Extreme Makeover: iPod Edition".
[image via Engadget]
In place of the click wheel lies a circular keypad along with dedicated music keys. Could they have made the keypad any less user-friendly? You'd have a better chance of dialing the right number by pounding it with your fist.