Dock

  • Review: Griffin PowerDock 4

    Short Version: Are you an iFamily? Got lots of iDevices between you, your iDo, and maybe some iKids? Is your house sooooo big that it’s just too much trouble to walk to where your computer is to charge said iGadgets? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Griffin PowerDock 4 is 4U. If you are Brady-sized, you will need two of these. Read More

  • NewerTech announces world's first quad interface SATA dock

    Meet the Voyager from NewerTech, nerds. It’s the first quad interface SATA docking station that supports USB 2.0, eSATA and FireWire 400 and 800. The hot-swappable station takes 2.5- and 3.5-inch drives and plays nice with both Mac and Windows machines. The push button drive eject makes the Voyager even more desirable because solme of you are prone to premature ejection on… Read More

  • Review: Griffin AirCurve

    Short Version: An iPod amp that sounds great – until you try to use it. Read More

  • Maxell Japan releases tubular iPod speaker system

    The world is truly a better place now that Maxell launched another iPod dock. The MXSP-1100 supports all dock-equipped iPods and iPhones with a speaker output of 2×4.2 watts. Not a lot of power, but the modern look might make up for the lackluster sound; maybe. Anyway, the speaker system will come in either black iron or mahogany brown when it drops on November 25, 2008 with a price… Read More

  • Onkyo launches the CBX-Z20 iPod sound system

    You know what the world needs? No, not more gadget blogs; more iPod docks and Onkyo is pleased to help the cause. The CBX-Z20 AERO sound system is going to be released later this month and seems to be your standard AM/FM, CD, iPod radio. With the Onkyo nameplate though, the 50,000 yen player’s ($497 USD) sound and build quality should be above par. Read More

  • CrunchDeal: Apple iPhone Dock $0.01 with $4.99 shipping

    Note: this dock will not work with the Apple iPhone 3G, only the original, flat-backed version. So if you happen to want another dock for your cube or gf’s house, $5 shipped isn’t a bad deal. It comes via Today’s Closeout, so just like Woot, this deal is only ’till they last or the clock strikes midnight. Read More

  • Logitech Pure-Fi Express Plus: First iPod/iPhone dock with omnidirectional speaker

    There used to be a saying: when we’ve destroyed civilization in some calamitous war, only two things will still roam the Earth: roaches and iPod docks. Here’s another such dock, the Pure-Fi Express Plus from Logitech. To be fair, it’s the first such dock to offer an omnidirectional speaker. That means the dock, theoretically, sends sound evenly in every direction. So if… Read More

  • iPhone projector dock

    This thing just makes sense – lots and lots of sense. It’s the Honlai Qingbar MP101 and I have no idea if you can actually buy one. If and when you’re indeed able to purchase this doodad, you’ll be able to project 640×480 movies and photos from your iPhone (or iPod Touch) while charging the device at the same time. The bulb is apparently good for at least 20,000… Read More

  • iPig: Not what you call Steve Jobs when he pinches your buttock

    A pig. A speaker. An iPod. It may seem like a funny Matthew Mcconaughey but it’s actually the Speakal iPig, an iPod dock shaped like a pig. We’ve seen these things for a while now but now you can get your iPig in white, pink, and yellow and costs $139. This porcine dock has five internal speakers “pumping out” 25 watts of PURE ENERGY. It also has a 3.5mm jack for those… Read More

  • The new iPhone 3G dock & you

    Did you wake up this fine Sunday morning and say to yourself, “You know, I need an terribly thorough look at the new dock for the iPhone 3G”? What luck, then, for iLounge has put together such hands-on. First, the bad: the dock for the iPhone 3G isn’t included with the phone itself. The privilege of snapping your phone into tiny stand now costs $29. It’s also not a… Read More

  • iHome announces computer speakers that sync and charge your iPod

    If you are in the market for some new desktop speakers and have an iPod, the iHome’s new iH69 and iH70 speaker system may be worth a look. The speakers feature a docking station for your iPod, which means you can charge, play and sync without having the mess of extra wires. They are Mac and PC compatible. “The new iH69 and iH70 are a perfect marriage of sound and design, and with… Read More

  • Give your Nintendo DS a new home

    If you have a Nintendo DS and are always losing the tiny charger, then this large charging dock is just what you need. With this 17 dollar bad boy sitting on your desk, you will never have a reason to have a dead DS during your lunch break. Since this item has not officially shipped, I have no way of knowing how well it works. The only thing I can say about it now is it come in two colors… Read More

  • Look-alike Transformers iPod dock: Because you need another such dock

    Want a Transformers dock (note: some of the stuff this company sells ain’t safe for work) to go along with that hot iPod of yours? Of course you do, especially if you’re a huge nerd. For slightly more than the price of a barrel of oil, or $145, this Takara Tomy dock will bring remind of a simpler time, the 1980s, when Transformers were still on TV and not merely an excuse to… Read More

  • Proporta prepping universal iPod dock


    Umm. I’m perfectly content with charging my iPod by plugging in the cable. I don’t need a dock to do that, Proporta. I don’t understand why you would even come out with one. Seriously. Read More

  • JVC NX-PN7 Dual iPod Dock

    Product Name: JVC NX-PN7 Dual iPod Dock
    Description: A dual ipod dock that holds two iPods. That’s right. Two iPods. Let’s say it again: Two. i. Pods. Read More

  • Can't bring yourself to switch? Make your PC a Mac hybrid

    I use both OSX (Tiger, thank you) and Windows (XP, thank you) but that doesn’t mean I’m simply indecisive. There are some things each OS does better, and one of the things OSX has going for it is its for the most part excellent UI. If you don’t have the motivation or, more likely, the scrilla to switch over to a Mac, maybe these programs will help put a shine on… Read More

  • Drobo's bastard, toaster cousin

    Imagine that you had a toaster. Now imagine that toaster is a USB-based dock that allows any user to plug a laptop or desktop hard drive into it like a piece of toast and mount it on their PC or Mac. That’s just what the SATA HDD Stage Rack does. Have an extra drive lying around? Maybe six or seven? This is just what you need. Forget swapping USB cables all the time between external drives. Read More

  • Pelican debuts PS3 Controller Charging Station

    Want your other controllers charged while you sit there, playing NBA Live ’08? Of course you do. So in a few weeks, you may want to give Pelican’s Controller Charging Station a whirl. In a modern, tiered design, this station can charge up to four PS3 controllers via mini USB. Only two can be held in midair though. There’s two USB ports on the side in case you want to charge… Read More

  • Harman Kardon Go + Play iPod Dock Review

    Normally I deal with JBL, one of the companies Harman Kardon owns, so it’s good to get a breath of fresh air one could say. Harman Kardon is known all over the globe as a wicked speaker manufacturer. Some of the HK systems in cars blow the competition away. So when I received the Go + Play to review, the bar was already raised high. Read More

  • Logitech Introduces Pure-Fi iPod Stereos


    The Logitech Pure-Fi Dream Guess what? Logitech is now stepping up its line of iPod accessories with a whole new series of music systems called Pure-Fi. First up is the Pure-Fi Anywhere, which offers one touch shuffle and repeat, a remote, 2-inch Max-X drivers, and a 10-hour rechargeable battery. That sells for $150 and will be available this month along with the Logitech Pure-Fi Dream… Read More