The bear's skin looks like special high-tech fabric that is normally used in sports clothes. Where is the soft fur? Actually the brown version of the iPulse bear has a fur skin.
The highlight of the iPulse bear are of course the colorful LEDs that light up to the beat of the music.
The iPod dock is the pouch on the bear's belly. To switch the bear on you have to squeeze its pawn.
Sharper Image sells the iPulse Bear for $39.99.
The bear comes in white or brown and runs on 4 C batteries (order separately) or optional AC adapter (SM906, $9.95).
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