An iPhone Dock That Folds Up Like a Lawn Chair

Folding things is awesome. Laptops, pizza, gymnasts—foldable things are fun and great. So this foldable iPhone/iPod stand from XtremeMac better not suck or it's going to take a dump all over my foldy worldview. » 9/02/11 10:20am 9/02/11 10:20am

XtremeMac InCharge Duo and Home Charge Two iDevices at Once

Apple's shiny little gadgets can suck up a lot of juice. XtremeMac's InCharge Duo and Home, a dock and a wall charger, respectively, can simultaneously charge up any two iPads, iPhones, or iPods, in any combination. » 8/18/10 2:55pm 8/18/10 2:55pm

XtremeMac Tango Studio, a Dock for the Latest iPods

Xtreme Mac must've thought its old Tango iPod dock was getting a little long in the tooth and also bit too expensive, so now there's Tango Studio, a more-compact room audio system and FM radio that works with just about any iPod, even the new ones. It has a retractable iPod dock that's ambidextrous, able to take on… » 10/17/07 1:20pm 10/17/07 1:20pm

iHome iH52 vs. XtremeMac Tango vs. Eton Sound 100 iPod

Round two of our iPod Dock Bracket continues as three docks battle it out for our eternal love and loyalty...until the next round. It's heavyweights iHome iH52 and XtremeMac Tango duking it out in the same ring as the welterweight Eton Sound 100 iPod. Who will win? Why would you even read the teaser anymore? Just hit… » 7/20/07 11:30am 7/20/07 11:30am

iSkin, DLO and XtremeMac Intro iPhone Stuff

Man, it's like all of these accessories makers have been just waiting for iPhone to launch. First we had the availability announcement of Belkin cases and accessories, now DLO, iSkin and XtremeMac have jumped on the pile-up with some wild, if not all universally appealing, add-ons. » 7/02/07 2:45pm 7/02/07 2:45pm

The Truth About Monster Cable, Part 2 (Verdict: Cheap Cables Keep…

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Last Monday, Brian and I had a chance to run down to Monster HQ in Brisbane, CA to run some tests for the HDMI Cable Battlemodo. » 6/14/07 11:30am 6/14/07 11:30am

XtremeMac Luna Clock Radio Hands On: Pretty Face, Flawed Charms

XtremeMac Luna is a $150 alarm clock radio and iPod dock/audio system that calls itself revolutionary. We put it through its paces and found it to be a great performer in some areas and seriously weak in others. » 4/10/07 6:20pm 4/10/07 6:20pm

XtremeMac Luna Clock Radio: Packed with Customizable Features

The XtremeMac Luna clock radio lets you plug in your iPod via its dock connector, and then gradually fades down its music or your favorite radio station as you drift off to sleep, fading back up the next morning to wake you up. We're liking its ergonomic multifunction knobs that are easy to control in the dark,… » 11/24/06 8:23am 11/24/06 8:23am

TuffWrap Case For iPod Nano Tuffly Protects Against Bumps, Bruises

Lots of you apparently hate the iPod, but others still buy the damn thing like it's going to lead them to El Dorado or something. So if you and the 2G iPod nano are gonna do the tango for a while, it's best to use protection, like XtremeMac's TuffWrap cases. Besides automatically making you more of a man (or less,… » 10/23/06 5:17pm 10/23/06 5:17pm

Live at Macworld: XtremeMacs Press Confer-ence

The real action at Macworld was at XtremeMac s press conference. When we got there at 4pm, the room was packed (bear in mind that it was a room 8 feet by 8 feet and contained about 20 seats). After scouring the aisles, we managed to find a seat and sit down. It was only about 15 minutes long, but in that time they… » 1/13/06 5:15pm 1/13/06 5:15pm

MicroPack Packs On Extra iPod Life

Some of us like to listen to our iPods quite a bit despite the stereo being in the other room. Eventually the iPod battery runs out, we cry, and life ends. Well no longer shall we suffer with XtremeMac's MicroPack, a battery and awesome dock for your iPod. It adds up to 80 hours of extra audio playback on your iPod… » 1/13/06 9:56am 1/13/06 9:56am

Live at Macworld: Tango iPod Base Kicks the Bass

Was walking through the south hall show floor when I was stopped by a thumping bass. It turned out to be an iPod base and speaker system called Tango made by XtremeMac. It has three speakers, an independently-driven subwoofer and wireless remote. It also charges the iPod. At $199, it's pretty competitive with… » 1/10/06 5:01pm 1/10/06 5:01pm