iLuv iPhone Dock When Great Ideas Come Together

[05/05/10] 

One of the main reasons people have flocked to the iPhone is that it’s an all-in-one-package – like a cheerleader called Mandy, who can shake a Manhattan while tying cherry sticks with her tongue.

Apple sales pitch aside, the iPhone really is the poster boy for technological convergence; a phone with a camera, that takes video and surfs the web, and which comes with easy-to-load software, turning it into an accelerometer, calendar, currency exchange, office PC, cocktail guide, gaming machine and much more.

So it only makes sense that you get a mounting that brings out your phone’s true potential when you’re desk bound. The iLuv IMM190 dock is designed to show off your iPhone or iTouch while also doing the important business of charging (cause we all know about that battery life). The spherical mounting turns your phone into an alarm clock (using a special iLuv program), digital photo frame, movie display and skype station, simply by plugging it into the dock’s circular frame. It comes with free software from iTunes and features dynamic acoustic speakers, with powerful amplifiers.

So that Mandy can dance.

iLuv IMM190 iPhone Dock
http://bit.ly/92lZbX
From US$89.90
Buy online or through Towervision Group in Hong Kong- www.t-vision.asia

Nuts & Bolts

Get the most out of your iPhone when you’re stuck at your desk


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