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LEGO Block as iPod Dock

by Paul Strauss

These colorful plastic pieces may look a lot like a LEGO blocks, but they’re actually tiny iPod docks. Each block even has some scrawny little speakers built in, making it completely self-contained. Since the speakers don’t even require external power, don’t expect much volume, but what do you expect from something this small?

LEGO iPod Dock

The strange thing for me is why you’d want a single solitary block that doesn’t snap together with any others. Doesn’t that defeat the whole purpose of building blocks? Regardless, they’re still kind of fun if you’re looking for something different to pair up with your iPod.

If you’d like to pick one of these up for your music player, you’ll have to import it from Korea’s 10×10 for 14,500 KRW (about $16 USD).




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Comments (7):

  1. Lego Block iPod Docks Are Mostly Awesome…

    This is not the first time someone tried to make an iPod dock from Legos, but it is certainly far less hacky and lame than many previous attempts. Each individual iPod Lego Block has been modified to include a dock and two tiny speakers for earbud-fre…

  2. GeekAlerts says:

    LEGO iPod Speaker…

    This tiny playful iPod speaker is designed to look like the classic plastic building bricks from the Danish LEGO company.

    Simply snap your iPod on top of the brick and let others enjoy the music you have on your portable player – assumably on quite a…

  3. Zoom says:

    You can also find these at this here for $20.
    http://www.thesarutgroup.com/product.php?product=455

  4. technabob says:

    Cool. I’m a big fan of Perpetual Kid.

  5. Ann says:

    excuse me, where I can buy it in moscow?

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