September 1, 2008

Review: SendStation PocketDock AV

PocketDock AVSendStation’s PocketDocks were great for tapping into various capabilities of the iPod’s 30-pin Dock Connector port, but with the Fifth Generation iPod, video output was thrown into play. Because of that, SendStation created something new to give users the capabilities to hook up their iPod to a TV without needing Apple’s cables…

May 16, 2007

Review: SendStation Dock Extender

One of the downsides of many iPod cases is that they require you to remove them while using various FM transmitters, speaker systems, docks, or other accessories that utilize the Dock Connector port. After having the Dock Connector on the iPod for more than 4 years, SendStation finally came to the rescue with the $29 Dock Extender

January 27, 2006

Review: DLO HomeDock

Owners of iPods that can output to a TV have quite a few options for getting what’s on their iPod’s screen to also show on a TV or projector. Without spending a lot of money, one can purchase a cable that carries the audio and video signals from the iPod’s headphone/AV jack to a TV. […]

September 27, 2005

Review: SwitchEasy PivotDock

After the iPod shuffle came onto the market, there have been a ton of products introduced that help make docking the shuffle easier. Some products, like the DLO Flexible Dock, make hard-to-reach USB ports easier to get to. Others, like the SwitchEasy PivotDock make the shuffle more aesthetically pleasing.

September 14, 2005

Review: Thought Out Ped2

The iPod Dock, when used with iPods is quite decent, although it poses two problems: first, it still requires you to use your Dock Connector cable for charging or file transfer, and secondly, your iPod must be naked. For those who’d rather keep their iPods clothed while playing to a stereo system, charging (depending on […]