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There's no shame in admitting that your iPod dock is a little on the small side. Sure, those bigger docks may pack more features, may be more desirable by some iPod owners, but at the end of the day, they all pretty much accomplish the same task: charging up your iPod while allowing it to transfer music to your computer. Enter the Kuro Dock, which claims to be the world's smallest dock.

Designed for the iPod nano, the KuroDock weighs only 2.5 ounces and measures 1.8 x 2.1 x 0.6 inches. Naturally, it's USB 2.0 compatible and the LED on the front goes from white to red when active, returning to white to let you know that's it's safe to disconnect the dock. See, small and helpful. Nothing wrong with that.


Finally, in case you want to connect the nano to an external set of speakers, the KuroDock also has a line-out jack. It's available now in black for $29 and will be available in white very soon. Unless, of course, you're an iPod dock size queen or something.

Product Page [SwitchEasy via Tech Digest]

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