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Smart Design Dragon iPod Dock has Tentacles

by Paul Strauss

It seems that just about every day, another company jumps into the fray with another iPod dock, so it’s good to see one that stands out a little bit.

Smart Design Dragon I iPod Dock

Smart Design’s Dragon I iPod dock has a unique style that certainly isn’t shy. For starters, the sound system has a bold red and black gloss color scheme perfectly suited to the U2 special edition iPod (but should look good with any black iPod.) Then it’s got some crazy “tentacles” which each have a 5-watt speaker at the end of a flexible rod. The design also features a cozy little drawer to store the systems’ compact remote control.

While the Dragon I looks best with an appropriately styled iPod, you can also dock pretty much any MP3 player with a mini stereo connector. It should be available in Europe sometime in April, and willcost

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  2. callum says:

    how much is this

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