The Dexim AV Dock Station lets you watch and listen to tunes through your home stereo and view photos and videos on your TV while your iPod (except shuffle) or iPhone recharges. At a size of 5 x 5.5 x 2-inches and a weight of 18 oz., its remote will operate up to 26 feet away and controls play/pause, volume and forward/back operation. Make sure your device has the latest software update to work properly. The station comes with a cable, adapter, and Apple dock inserts and is available for $69.95.
Read More | Richard Solo
If you are a photobug but don’t have time to get to a computer, Johanna Schoemaker’s Snap & Lock is a viable alternative. The digital cam and photo viewer/docking system combine with reinforced cable and magnets keep them in their place. The camera features saving, transfer, viewing, and editing when attached and has a flip screen for protection when not in use. While the description doesn’t mention it, the prototype appears to be a touch screen for further simplification. Good job, Johanna!
Read More | Yanko Design
One of the reasons that some of us don’t do notebooks is because of the touchpad. Not only is it a pain, the keyboard is too far away. The V550 Nano Cordless Clip-and-Go Laser Mouse for Notebooks helps to solve part of the problem. The receiver is coin-sized and plugs into your notebook’s USB port. It features hyper-fast scrolling and click-to-click mode. Logitech promises 18 months of battery life and, if you forget, it has auto-shutdown when docked. The 2.4 GHz wireless mouse is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X and comes with 2 docks, a USB extension stand, 2 AA batteries, and dock-removal tool for $59.99.
Read More | Logitech
iLuv has a new 2.1 channel iPod Docking/Charging Station with a built-in woofer. The i399BLK features an FM tuner with 20 preset keys, a digital clock, beat-sensitive mood lighting, remote control and aux. inputs for 3.5mm headphones and alternate devices. The station supports Bluetooth and comes with a detachable BluePin for turning your cellie into a speakerphone. Compatible with most dockable iPods (the exceptions being 1st, 2nd, and 3rd gens,) it comes with a price of $229.00.
Read More | iLuv
When we first saw this gadget, we though it was meant to tell your shoe size electronically. Embraco, in cooperation with Intel, has created the Refrigerated Docking Station for gaming laptops that, with its compressor, churns out cool air as opposed to just blowing around what is already there. It can reduce the temperature as much as 40%. There is also a temperature sensor to keep track of its progress. Available for the Holiday rush, this should carry a MSRP of about $150.00.
Read More | Legit Reviews