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Wood Retro TV iPad Dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Reuben Drake on June 15th, 2011

The iPad is so…21st century. But maybe you are longing for the good old days of retro TV. Well, don’t worry, this gadget marries both. The wooden retro TV iPad dock is designed to look like a retro television in the good old days of the black and white.

It’s handmade to order so it will fit either your iPad or iPad 2. It will cost you $60. Then all you need to do is get some vintage programs and sit back and watch.

Cambridge Audio iD100 Digital iPad Dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will transform your iPad into something more suitable for an audiophile. The device is designed for those users who store or stream video on their devices and it will allow you to enjoy portable content from YouTube, iTunes, iPlayer and more on the big screen.

The Cambridge Audio iD100 comes with a full remote controller, allowing you to control the iPad dock from anywhere nearby. The docking station is also compatible with iPods and iPhones. The Cambridge Audio iD100 digital iPad dock will set you back $299 on Amazon.

BlockDock iPad Dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2010

We’ve seen plenty of iPad docks, some sophisticated, some simple. The latest is the BlockDock, which goes into the simple category, featuring a minimalist design hand crafted from wood. It’s a piece of wood with a notch in it.

You could probably make this yourself very easily. The BlockDock iPad dock is available for $12.95. At least they didn’t try to charge more for it. It actually looks more elegant than many of the high priced docks.

Altec Lansing announces Octiv Stage iPad dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on November 16th, 2010

Altec Lansing is introducing the Octiv Stage iPad dock, which will keep your iPad charged when connected and allow you to position your iPad in a horizontal or vertical configuration. The rotating arm will also allow you to tilt the display for comfortable viewing or typing.

The device will cost you $150 and comes with a wireless remote. It’s two 50mm neodymium speakers are specially tuned to deliver a more center performance, which is better for dialogue, aside from stereo audio. iPods and iPhones are also compatible and non-Apple hardware can be hooked up via a 3.5mm auxiliary jack.

Retro television iPad dock

Posted in iPad accessories by Conner Flynn on August 29th, 2010

While this dock puts your iPad into a case that is far too oversized, we still dig the design. This retro iPad dock was created by Jonas Damon of Frog design. We like it.

But if you are going to create an iPad dock in such a huge form factor, you better at least add some old fashioned channel dials that can control the iPad. Might as well add some rabbit ears too while they’re at it.