AV Components
i-Station Dock Rotates iPhone/iPod to Full Screen
The $129 i-Station Rotate speaker system and dock from Logic3 lets you view your iPhone or iPod in its full widescreen glory.
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Logic3’s i-Station Rotate
November 12, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger

We’ve seen some pretty wild iPod docks over the last couple of years. Now that the iPhone and iPod touch (and recently the new nano) have introduced the ability to watch the screen sideways and enlarged, well, let the next wave of docks begin.

The i-Station Rotate from British manufacturer Logic3 is the first one we’ve seen that includes a built-in rotating dock mechanism within its speaker dock setup.

Pop your iPhone/iPod touch/new nano into the cradle, and turn it sideways for all of that full screen action and album cover flow.

The dock itself is only 12.5 inches wide by 5 inches high, and 2 inches thick, so you can work it as a portable system, or park it in a home office, work office or by the bed.

Other features include:
TDMA noise suppression technology to reduce interference
Remote control with menu navigation
10-watt audio output power and Class D amplifier
2-inch midrange and 1-inch tweeter for each speaker channel
Weight of 1.5 pounds

Make room for the i-Station Rotate on your shelf or table, it’ll be out in January for $129.

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Arlen Schweiger - Contributor, Electronic House Magazine
Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for electronichouse.com and Electronic House magazine.

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