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iLive Clock Radio iPhone/iPod Touch Dock: An Analog Clock for Your Digital Device

by Range

I admit that I have trouble seeing my cell phone in the mornings when I wake up, but this dock seems to do the trick, with nice big numbers that are easy to see from afar, especially when you’re not wearing any glasses. Assuming, that is, that you can see the hands on the tiny clock face.

ilive clock radio app iphone ipod touch alarm

This iLive ICP391B Clock Radio is not just a simple dock, it’s also an app so that your beloved iPhone can really work well as your clock radio. Instead of a digital display, the iLive uses your iPhone as the hands and for the number 12. The hour, minute and second hands are created by the app and they’re small compared to the size of this clock radio, but it’s still pretty cool.

Without your iPhone or iPod plugged in, there’s a backup alarm, just to make sure that you wake up no matter what the case. The iLive Clock Radio sells for $49.99 from iLive’s online store.

[via 7Gadgets via Oh Gizmo]

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