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This dock turns your iPhone into a corded desk phone

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2010

You love talking on your iPhone, but you just feel too free right? You have no cord to twirl and get tangled up in. Well, now you can have your iPhone and a landline experience too. You can even slam the phone down now like in the old days.

We don’t have any pricing or availability details for this dock yet, but we can tell you that it has built-in two stereo speakers, a microphone, volume control, instant mute, and USB and AC power dual sources.

Kenwood AS-iP70 Digital Photo Frame with iPhone dock

Posted in Digital Photo Frames by Conner Flynn on March 24th, 2010

The Kenwood AS-iP70 digital photo frame looks like a typical photo frame, but it has something extra. An iPod/iPhone dock. Even better, the dock can be put away when not in use. The device supports memory cards and USB flash drives too, and of course displays the pictures on it’s 7-inch WVGA (800 x 480) TFT display.

You also get an AM/FM radio with an alarm function, so it doubles as an alarm clock. The only bad part is that there’s no video playback. Look for the Kenwood AS-iP70 to be released in April, when it will cost you about 25,000 Yen (or $274).

iLuv iMM190 App Station iPhone dock ships

Posted in iLuv by Shane McGlaun on March 17th, 2010

Back during CES, iLuv was showing off a cool new speaker dock for the iPhone called the App Station. The cool part about the speaker dock was that it used a free app to turn the iPhone into a digital alarm clock.

The speaker dock can also be used to playback audio from movies or for VoIP sessions. The iMM190 was supposed to have shipped last month at a price of $129.99 but it never debuted.

Heart-shaped iPod speaker dock

Posted in iPod Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 11th, 2010

There’s only a few more days to go until Valentine’s day. If you’re still looking for a gift for your significant other, why not make it this horrible iPod speaker dock from Ricco? Girls will love it. It is hot pink after all and heart-shaped.

The only thing it’s missing to make it perfect for females everywhere is Hello Kitty’s face. It’s compatible with all iPods and iPhones and can be connected to other music players with the 3.5mm audio line-in cable. If it’s portability you want, it also runs on 4xAAA batteries.

iPad keyboard dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on January 27th, 2010

Now you know darn well that there’s no way they are going to let you just spend $499 on the iPad, right? Enter the official Apple keyboard dock for easier typing. The Jobs man demoed it himself. It looks like it would topple over fairly easy if you ask me.

The keyboard looks just like a normal Apple keyboard, and puts the iPad upright, so it’s like a mini desktop or something. I wonder how many people will prefer to type this way instead of the other.

Buffalo Dualie Docking Station for iPhone and portable Hard Drives

Posted in Buffalo by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2010

Dualie is a silly name, but fitting for this product. Buffalo has released the Buffalo Dualie. The Dualie is a 500GB portable hard drive, and a dock for your iPhone or iPod, allowing you to save some space on your desk, by docking both products together in one base.

Two in one. Dualie. Get it? Those folks at Buffalo sure are clever. It’s a much better name than doubly or SinglyX2. The device features 2 additional USB ports, and lets you sync your device with your computer and access the hard drive at the same time.

iPhone gets a full-size QWERTY keyboard

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 10th, 2010

Now here’s how you turn your iPhone into a PC. Ion has two prototype full-size keyboards for the Apple iPhone. As you can see you just dock your iPhone in and type away.

One of the prototypes uses flat, MacBook-style keys, and the other uses standard PC keyboard keys. It’s called the iType. The keyboard has its own battery, which can also charge the iPhone. I guess it’s a good idea if you are at home with a million emails to sort through.

JVC XS-SR3 iPod dock ships this month

Posted in JVC by Shane McGlaun on December 17th, 2009

jvcxssr3-sbThere are so many iPod docks on the market that it is hard to find one that is unique or has anything new to offer. The new JVC XS-SR3 is an interesting dock though with the ability to hold the iPod vertically or horizontally. You might recall this thing first tipped up back in October, but we didn’t have pricing or availability info at the time.

Users can take advantage of the docks virtual Dolby surround sound for watching movies on the iPod or for listening to music. The dock is designed with a glossy black speaker tube with a curved design. The speakers in the dock use neodymium magnets for crisp clean sound.

NES cartridge iPhone dock

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on December 2nd, 2009

NES cartridge iPhone dockWe all love NES cartridge mods. But here’s the thing. When it looks like a third grader did it, we aren’t really interested. A good mod looks like something that you could potentially buy and something that maybe you can’t do yourself. Sorry, but this misses the mark.

That Duck Hunt cart died for this? This is less of a mod and more of a cut hole and insert cable project. Plus it’s ugly. I don’t mean to be a downer, but this is the red-headed step child of mods right here.

Kindle Kradle holds your Kindle, brings the ugly

Posted in kindle by Conner Flynn on December 1st, 2009

Kindle Kradle holds your Kindle, brings the ugly The Kindle Kradle is a pretty ugly way to hold your Kindle. It looks like those take-out beverage holders, but for a Kindle. It allows you to not have to actually hold your Kindle, so it’s at least functional. Right? Well, maybe not.

The folks at over at Wired had a hands on and the Kradle turned out to be less useful than it seems. And using it as a dock is a pain since it’s not easy to thread the cable through the stand. It comes in brown or graphite colors though, and in sizes that fit the Kindle DX and some Sony Readers too.

Sparkz projector dock for iPhone displays videos, a $495 price tag

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on November 10th, 2009

Sparkz projector dock for iPhone displays videos, a $495 price tagIf you’re looking for an Apple handheld pico projector, you have one more option. Sparkz is a dock that is compatible with your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPod video, along with other A/V and VGA sources. It features 640 x 480 resolution, a 60-inch viewing area, and stereo speakers.

How much would you expect to pay for this device? 250? 350? This can be yours for the price of $495. Is it worth it? I’ll let you be the judge of that. It will also charge your iPhone and it comes with a tripod.

Pure Siesta iDock iPod iPhone dock

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on October 27th, 2009

Pure Siesta iDock iPod iPhone dockAnd the iPhone/iPod dock of the day is the Pure Siesta iDock, a stereo DAB/ DAB+/ FM clock radio complete with an iPod and iPhone dock. Need to take a Siesta? There’s a dock for that.

Enjoy your daytime nap with your favorite tunes with your iPhone or iPod docked. Some features of this dock include a large auto-dimming display, four quick-set alarms, sleep and snooze timers (Because who wants to wake up?) and 15 DAB/FM presets.

Moshimy iPhone dock is cool

Posted in Concepts by Shane McGlaun on October 7th, 2009

ipoddockconceptYou know most iPod docks tend to look the same. You can pretty much count on them being boxy and black no matter what the brand is. Sure, you can find some in other colors but the majority are rather bland looking. A cool design concept for an iPod dock called Moshimy has been unveiled that looks cool.

The dock is aimed at the iPod or iPhone user and was designed by Michael Young for Native Union. The device has a brushed aluminum cover and an olive green body. The dock slides in and out of the base of the device for a sleeker profile when not in use.

Sega Dreamcast iPhone dock

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on October 3rd, 2009

http://www.iphonesavior.com/2009/10/sega-dreamcast-iphone-dock-is-out-of-control.htmlJay Hauf wanted a cool iPhone dock. What he had was his iPhone, a Sega Dreamcast controller and a dream. Ben Heck would be proud. Nice to see that the Dreamcast can still serve a purpose. Soon geeks everywhere will be following in his DIY footsteps as they recycle old console controllers.

What will the next iPhone dock be? A Gamecube controller? A dual-shock dock? We have no idea, but we salute you Jay. You went where no geek had gone before.

iLuv i1166 digital media player

Posted in iLuv by Conner Flynn on September 28th, 2009

iLuv i1166 digital media playerILuv has unveiled its latest digital media player, the i1166, which features an iPod interface and a large 9 inch screen that should be perfect for watching video. It should arrive in mid-October for $269.99. When docked, you will have complete control over an iPod, using an AC adapter.

The i1166 is also compatible with the iPod touch 2G, nano 5G, nano 4G, original touch, and nano 3G, plus the iPod classic and iPod with video. The player is also DivX certified and has a built-in DVD player. Looks like you are really getting your money’s worth.