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Dock Card: The Flat-Pack iPhone Dock

by Paul Strauss
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I’ve seen what seems like a million-and-one iPhone docks over the years – some good, some bad, and some just plain weird, but most of them have one thing in common – they aren’t particularly portable. Stycom’s Dock Card doesn’t have this problem.

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At just 2.1″(w) x 3.3″(d) x 0.2″(h), this compact dock can easily fold down and fit in your pocket. When opened up, it can work in either landscape or portrait mode, and has a pop-up 30-pin dock connector.┬áThat little red part is a short cable which can be connected to your iPhone’s wall charger or your computer’s USB port.

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It’s even got a little drawer with enough room to store an SD card, a spare SIM and a SIM removal tool. Pretty nifty, eh?

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They’re available in three colors: white with red accents, red with white accents, and black with silver accents.

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So what’s not to like? Well I can only come up with one thing – there’s no 8-pin Lightning connector version (yet), so those of us with the iPhone 5 or the latest iPod Touch are out of luck for now. But if you happen to have an iPhone 3/3GS/4/4S or an earlier iPod Touch, head on over to Amazon, where you can buy the Stycom Dock Card for $29.99(USD).

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Comments (1):

  1. Kevin H says:

    This looks like a pretty nifty item. Definitely would be nice if I could hook up my Samsung Galaxy Note 2.

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