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New iPod Speaker Dock Designed By Sir Terence Conran



With it’s sleek minimalism of line, pearly white hue and surrounding belt of pale wood, Studio Conran’s latest iPhone and iPod dock could be either the speaker dock your Danish-design living room has been waiting for… or the far louder doppleganger of your Brookstone humidifier.

Designed (or at least branded) by famous English designer, retailer and writer Sir Terence Conran, his eponymous speaker dock boasts two fifteen watt stereo speakers, a large volume knob on the side and a streamlined niche to dock its sexy remote.

In addition to a nook on the top to plug in your iPhone or iPod, the Conran Audio Speaker Dock also has Bluetooth built-in so that you can stream your audio from any compatible PMP or handset, or even the iPad. If you have a device that is apt-X compatible, the Conran Speaker Dock can also take advantage of that higher-quality codec.

Conran’s Speaker Dock is available now for about £250, or $395. Personally, we love it… even if our humidifier is jealous.


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