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KB-Dock keyboard docks iPods, memory cards

updated 10:40 am EST, Wed December 27, 2006

KB-Dock iPod keyboard

Those for whom desktop space is at a premium will appreciate the KB-Dock by Atech, a keyboard which incorporates an iPod dock, as well as three separate card slots that support up to ten different formats. The dock lets you sync and charge click-wheel iPods and iPod minis; supported card formats include CF, SD, xD, Memory Sticks, Microdrives and more. Note that the card reader is actually a separate unit connected to the computer, through which iPod data passes at the same time. The keyboard requires Windows 2000 or XP, and PS/2 and USB 2.0 ports are needed simultaneously to take advantage of special functions. B&H is selling the KB-Dock for $40. [Via Chip Chick]

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