New York, NY/Edison, NY (November 28, 2005)–Wired Magazine has opened a “pop-up” store for the holiday season in Soho, Manhattan. Open on Wednesdays-Sundays from November 18-December 24, the Wired Store features 65 different techno gadgets, including iKEY, the inaugural product from iKEY-Audio, a division of Gemini Sound Products.
The iKEY is a portable USB recorder that enables consumers to record live audio and convert it into high quality MP3 and WAV files that record directly onto iPod or other USB compatible storage devices. From music and concerts to live speeches and seminars, the iKEY is a consumer-centric device that is capable of capturing an audio signal in real-time and converting it into MP3 and WAV format without involving computer programs and software.
“We are honored to align with such a reputable publication in the technology industry,” said Artie Cabasso, Gemini’s CEO. “The iKEY is a great product and a great addition to the merchandise that is available at the Wired Store.”