Ornate Docks Befitting the King of iPads and iPod Nanos

iPads aren’t quite above showing off their social status, especially when they’re ruling the world of tablets, and have a nearly cult following. Bavarian artist/photographer Georg Dinkel created these regal looking speaker docks for the iPad and iPod Nano. Dinkel calls his creations TonSchrein, which is German for “sound shrine.”

Bluelounge MiniDock Does Away With Wires, Loves Your iOS Device

Bluelounge’s MiniDock for iOS devices works with the Apple USB power adapter, turning up a cordless, outlet-mounted charging and display station. It is obviously a way better choice than having to deal with a lump of wires, plus it keeps it all clutter free. This could be quite a sweet dock if you’ve got the socket in the right place. Costs $20.

Via Engadget

WALdok is a sweet companion for the iPhone


All the WALdok ever wants to do, is to stay with the iPhone. The simple attachment functions as a dock for the iPhone, charging the device while taking up minimal space, and if you decide to play music, the WALdok will put its own battery to use playing music from your device. Additionally, its bass chamber simulates a sub-woofer, so you get better sound quality. WALdok can get along with any iDevice that uses a 30-pin connector. Also, it’s so tiny and hassle-free, it’s almost cute. If you like it, you can take a look at the WALdok at Kickstarter.

Jackpot Slots dock turns the iPhone into a slot-machine

Jackpot Slots is more than just a dock for the iPhone/iPod Touch, this dock takes the gadget into an entirely another existence, making it a slot machine. Now that may be a good or a bad thing depending on how you feel about the entire gambling with a dock thing. The dock itself costs $40, while the accompanying app can is available for free at the app store.

Via: GadgetLab