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    This idea was an exercise in simplicity. For years, iPod docks consisted of 30-pin connectors buried in a large well with interchangeable inserts… Read More
    This idea was an exercise in simplicity. For years, iPod docks consisted of 30-pin connectors buried in a large well with interchangeable inserts for your specific iDevice. It never looked finished. Inevitably you'd throw a growing number of inserts away or they'd clutter your drawer. This idea was developed so that no matter what iDevice you put on the dock, the dock itself will morph and become a custom home for your device. That home, we realized, should be soft and inviting and the material solution reflects that. Another innovation embodied by this form and first created for the DLO HomeDock HD in 2007, is the rotating 30-pin. Invented to also combat useless inserts, this design allows an iDevice of any thickness from your iPod classic to your tiny nano fit securely on the dock and lean back on the wall if back support is needed. It is designed to shape shift and be truly adaptable no matter your iDevice. Read Less
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