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TransDock Direct connects iPods via auxiliary input

updated 03:10 pm EDT, Fri October 10, 2008

DLO ships TransDock Direct

DLO has launched the TransDock Direct, a new car dock for iPods. The device features a flexible support arm, and a removable 12V power socket. It transmits to stereos mainly via auxiliary input, which is said to offer better sound output than rival FM transmitters; also provided is a cassette adapter, for when aux-in is not an option. iPod touch users can additionally rotate the holder, in cases where they need to switch between vertical and horizontal orientations.

The dock includes an adjustable support bracket that allows it to work with any iPod, and the power adapter can charge other devices simultaneously. The new TransDock is available now for $60.

by MacNN Staff





  1. mk2000

    Joined: Dec 1969



    No iPhone compatibility? What the heck?! I was about to click the buy button too.

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