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iHome outs iP3 iPod/iPhone speaker dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

iHome has announced its latest speaker dock for Apple’s iPod and iPhone with the iP3. It succeeds it’s predecessor, the iP1 and uses Bongiovi Acoustics’ Digital Power Station automatic sound adjustment technology and also has a component video output for playing back videos on a connected TV.

The dock holds a 50W class D amp that drives two 3.5-inch speakers. There’s also an adjustable bass and treble controls. Composite (RCA) video is also included as well as a 3.5mm audio input to connect other audio sources to the iP3′s speakers.

BMW shows off factory iPad docks for rear seats in Paris

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on September 20th, 2010

When it comes to rear seat entertainment there are a lot of vehicles on the road that have TVs and movie players for kids and adults to watch on longer trips. Watching DVDs can be a bit boring after a while though and in most cars, you are out of luck.

BMW has unveiled at the Paris Motor Show new factory iPad docks for the rear seat passengers. The dock is very nice looking and integrated well into the design of the car. Some aftermarket docks just don’t look good.

XtremeMac launches Tango TRX dock for iPod and iPad

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on September 15th, 2010

XtremeMac has all manner of accessories and cases for Apple gear like the iPad, iPhone, and iPod. Over the last few months, the company has been rolling out a lot of new audio docks that have some interesting features. The latest new dock from XtremeMac is the Tango TRX and the Tango TRX D.

Both of the versions have the same basic features. The both have a dock built into the main section of the device that charges while music plays. Both have Bluetooth and use 2.1 speakers inside. The speakers include a pair of tweeter, a pair of mid-range drivers, and a single downward firing subwoofer.

PhotoFast shows off sweet iPADock

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on August 31st, 2010

Keeping gadgets like the iPad and iPhone charged up when there are multiple devices in the same house can be a challenge. We have four Apple devices in our house and we only have one charge cable plugged in. We end up jockeying the devices around for charging and that gets to be a pain.

A new dock from PhotoFast has surfaced that is perfect for people with multiple Apple devices. The dock is called the iPADock and has two slots that can support up to four iPhones or iPods for charging. A single slot can also support one iPad as well.

Jensen JiPS-250i iPad dock with video out, speakers

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on August 30th, 2010

Jensen has a new dock for your iPad, the JiPS-250i. It works with iPads, iPods and iPhones, but the rotating dock is designed specifically for the iPad, allowing users to adjust the display for portrait or landscape viewing. Built-in speakers amplify sound, while a video line-out let’s you attach a separate display.

There’s also a free companion app that features an alarm clock, voice recording, calendar, equalizer, music player, photo album, and social networking integration. A remote control is included.

Slot Machine iPhone Dock

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2010

Jackpot Slots is both an iPhone app and a dock. Seems like it is perfect for the grandma in your life who gambles. That’s right, your iPhone can now become a tiny one armed bandit.

As is often the case with gambling, you will lose more than you make. The Jackpot Slots dock costs $40, so you are out that much right from the start. It includes the eponymous app which gives you access to several different slot games “of varying levels of difficulty.”

POD Lamp gives light and keeps your desk neat

Posted in iPhone by Conner Flynn on July 16th, 2010

Here’s a lamp with a neat design. It will keep your table free of clutter and your iPhone charged. Great way to reduce cable clutter. The OttLite POD Lamp comes with an iPod dock, wire management, and will charge other cell phones and MP3 players too.

The lamp is adjustable for different heights and angles, and packs a 13 Watt OttLite HD bulb good for up to 10,000 hours. It’s available in both black or white, and will cost you $112.

iRetrofone Steampunk iPhone 4 dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on July 12th, 2010

Check out this iPhone 4 dock, my Steampunk loving friends. The iRetrofone Steampunk Copper iPhone 4 dock features a hand sculpted base by Artist Scott Freeland, cast from copper and polished by hand. It’s also signed by the artist.

If you want one these iRetrofone Steampunk Copper iPhone 4 Docks, it won’t be cheap. They are available for $450 from Freeland Studios. For that price at least it will match your other Steampunk gear. Too fake looking for my taste, but I’m not a big Steampunk enthusiast.

iHome ZN90B Zune dock

Posted in Zune HD by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2010

This may be the nicest looking Zune dock out there. The ZN90B dock is available for pre-order now, for only $100, and has AM/FM presets, EQ controls and iHome’s “Reson8″ speaker chambers which provide “astounding clarity, depth and power.” Oh and an alarm function too.

It will run on a pair of AA batteries, so you can take it with you anywhere, or can be charged via the AC charger. Expect it to be available sometime this month. It’s great for charging your Zune while playing music.

Mac classic makes a good dock for the ipad

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on June 10th, 2010

This is a cool mod with a retro twist. A Japanese modder took an old Macintosh classic and turned it into an awesome iPad docking station. It’s a simple idea that is executed perfectly.

The iPad screen fits nicely inside the old monitor frame of the Mac Classic and just like that you have the best of the old and new. We love this kind of creativity. Awesome job.

Speakal iCrystal iPhone/iPod dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 8th, 2010

Speakal has a new iPhone and iPod dock that looks awesomely space age thanks to those iCrystals speakers with inverted pyramids that glow blue. We love the futuristic design. The dock comes in black, white, and red colors and has a 3.5mm input for your other devices.

The iCrystal is powered by four AA batteries or the AC outlet if you don’t want to waste batteries. You can buy it right now for $79.99. This thing looks good.

iPhone 4G wood dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on June 1st, 2010

The iPhone 4G hasn’t even been announced yet and already designer Chris Chan has developed a stylish solid wood dock for the new iPhone. He used the leaked iPhone 4G prototypes for inspiration and dimensions. Hopefully Steve Jobs doesn’t change some details just to spite guys like Chris.

Apparently the iPhone 4G will only be able to charge in landscape mode, but hey it’s wood, it’s stylish and hopefully it will be available soon. Chris hopes to mass-produce the design after the iPhone 4G launches. As you can see, it looks good with a cup of tea.

Japan Gundam Phone with Gundam dock

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2010

It’s the 30th anniversary of Gundam and to celebrate, Bandai has teamed up with Japanese network Softbank for a limited edition Gunpla phone. Each phone comes with a 1:100 scale Gundam model kit, a Gunpla phone cradle, and decals.

The phone itself is a 12.1MP OLED flip. This might be the best phone ever. Pretty Asian lady not included. We didn’t see anything on price, but obviously it’s expensive.

Resonance iPod Speaker Dock looks like an Apple product

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 17th, 2010

This Resonance iPod Speaker Dock looks familiar. Like a familiar Apple product. It does do some unique tricks though. It uses resonance to transmit the sound from your iPod or iPhone through a hard surface like a wooden table, or marble floor.

There’s also an audio amplifier, but we’re skeptical about the audio quality that this device delivers. With it’s 3.5mm line-in jack, you can hook up non-Apple audio devices as well.

iPhone Dock doubles as a bookshelf

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on May 2nd, 2010

This simple shelf contains all of theiPhone/iPod touch docking essentials you need. It packs in speakers, dock, and auxillary out. But the simplistic beauty of this is that it’s also a wood shelf that can hold about 55 pounds, whether it be your books, action figures, whatever.

It goes by the name of Finite Elemente Hohrizontal 51 and will cost you $660. It’s available in several finishes if you like paying more than something is worth.