Pioneer's two new iPod docks allow wireless playback of anything that's Airplay-ready, as well as basically anything connected to Wi-Fi. The tabletop-sized Pioneer X-SMC3-S Music Tap and X-SMC4-K Elite Music Tap are flexible little music systems.
Whether you're going for a completely zen Japanese garden-style decor, or have decorated your living room like you're back in 'Nam, this iBamboo speaker will slot right into your life. Best of all, it doesn't need batteries or power.
The Chinon Avi Stylix is like any other docking station, except that it has a 7-inch LCD screen and can stream Netflix content.
It's a beauty, isn't it? From the loins of Korean architect Shi-hyung Jeon, the Horn iPod dock has been inspired by traditional Korean dress. If you squint, it almost looks like two sleeves enveloping the central dock.
Dock-makers, hear ye! Your iPod/iPhone/iWhatever base station doesn't have to look like some boring pair of speakers! In fact, it doesn't have to look like anything worldly at all. The crazy-looking YanTouch Black Diamond transforms tunes into ambient light.
Designed for use with a ZonePlayer multi-room system, the WD100 iPod/iPhone dock sends music wirelessly around the house. There's not much of note here, but existing Sonos users can snap up the cheap-as-chips $119 dock from next month.
When most homes have so many iPod docks there's invariably one being used as a doorstop, it takes an awful lot of innovation to flog a new one to the masses. Will Sony's SRS-V500IP thermos-speaker-like dock work? Undoubtedly, no.
Logitech's S715i is a simple rechargeable iPod speaker dock which will keep working for about eight hours on a single charge. No pricing information just yet, but there are a few specs. Updated: It'll cost $150.
Not many accessories beat Apple at its own game, but this one would. The Wireless Streaming Music Centre concept makes your iPod seemingly levitate while it streams music through beautifully designed speakers.
The fact that this new Fidelio line of speaker docks from Philips first and foremost remind me of The Birth of Venus probably means I have an unhealthy relationship with my iPhone. My personal issues aside, though, they're pretty beautiful.
If you have an old 8-track player you've been holding onto and feel like leapfrogging a few generations of music media altogether, here's a handy guide on turning that old piece of junk into a shiny new iPod dock.
There's a new power couple in town—Fatman's Wi-Tube and FatDock. The Wi-Tube valve amplifier can stream music wirelessly from a docked iPod or by the multitude of outputs the FatDock also offers.
Dear Sony, if you unveil too many wanky products at CES, then we'll go blind.
iLuv, iPhone and iPod accessory maker extraordinaire, has a clever alarm clock dock which uses your Apple gadget and a customizable app as its interface. I doubt it'll get me out of bed any faster, but it certainly looks great.
How many times have I been weighing flour when all I wanted was to hear the soulful vocal stylings of Miley Cyrus?
I don't have a clue about what is a Philco Dynamic Tester or what it did back in 1946. Quite frankly, I don't care. I want to believe it was used to carry the navigational computers inside Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles.