If you’re an iPod owner, I’m sure you’ve come across these dedicated docking stations designed to transform your player into a full fledged sound system. Products like Bose’s Sounddock come to mind. Well, the Cambridge SoundWorks PlayDock MP3 is a little more ambitious, seeing as it’s compatible with a lot more than the iPod.
Its docking system has an assortment of cushioned liners to fit different sized players, including Creative NOMAD® Zen, Zen Touch and Zen Micro lines, Apple iPod® and Apple iPod Mini players, and the Dell Pocket DJ.
And that’s it really. If you own any of those other players and have been jonesing for a dedicated docking station, for $200 this one could be yours.
If you want a full spec set, go inside.
Ok, so here it is.
* Four cushioned holders accommodate a variety of MP3 players
* Three-speaker design guarantees wide-range sound
* 15 watt powered subwoofer with 4-inch driver
* Recharges select MP3 players while AC powered
* Compatible with Creative players including the NOMAD Zen, Zen Touch, and Zen Micro lines, Apple iPod and Apple iPod Mini, Dell Pocket DJ and other similar MP3 players
* Provides approximately 10 hours of playtime
* Dimensions: 9 1/8 ” H x 10 7/8″ W x 10 1/4″ D
* System Weight: (approximately) 9 pounds, 10 oz (not including player, AC adapter)