I’ve always loved those old, neon-covered jukeboxes, but I don’t have room in my house for one even if I could afford one. With the Jukebox Dock from ION, I could have a speaker dock that looks like a tabletop version of those antiques that would look really cute on my diner-style Formica tablet in my 1950s kitchen. The Jukebox Dock uses the 30-pin dock to connect with the iPad or with earlier versions of the iPhone and iPod. It has a wood cabinet with built-in stereo speakers and “neon-style” lighting, and it has an audio-in jack to connect other devices. It will charge your docked Apple device while it plays back music. The Jukebox Dock is $99.99 from ION.
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