A lot of people love owning the latest iPhone and iPods, but there's a drawback. You can't charge them if your car has an older iPod integration system. Well now this small adapter from Scosche solves that problem. It converts from 12 volt fire wire, which Apple no longer supports, to 5 volt USB. The Passport features a female pass-through connector. It attaches to any in-car iPod integration system. It'll charge the iPhone 3G, the iPod Nano 4G and touch2G. With the Apple seal of approval, the passport maintains all functionality, including audio, video and data of these latest Apple models. The Passport costs about $30. So there you have it, GEAR that keeps all your devices charged and working loud and clear while on the road.