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Ozaki iSuppli Gramo iPhone Speaker Still Needs to be Plugged in

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If you’re looking for a unique dock and charger, look no further, because the Ozaki iSuppli Gramo iPhone Speaker, on top of having a quirky name, will do the job nicely. The speaker is designed to look like a gramophone, and from the description, it will only need to be plugged in if you want to charge your iPhone or use the amplified speaker features.

ozaki isuppli gramo charger speaker dock iphone ipod

The overall effect is pretty distinctive, and it reminds me of those acoustic Phonophone iPhone docks that we’ve seen. The speaker doesn’t come with any other ports, so it’s for iPhone and iPod Touch only. However, it can be plugged in to provide an additional boost in power.

ozaki isuppli gramo charger speaker dock iphone ipod

You can buy it for $70 (USD) over at Audiocubes, where it’s available in white, black, or red.

ozaki isuppli gramo charger speaker dock iphone ipod

[via Ubergizmo]

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