The font of creativity runs dry; iPod Speaker Docks suffer

Jan 22, 2007
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Of all the things Saffire could've "borrowed" industrial design from out of Apple's generally impecable catalogue, they had to go and choose the monstrous iPod HiFi.  And then, to add ridicule to blandness, they called their version the "iWoogie Blaster".  Now forgive me for seeming far too British and reserved, but I'm pretty sure I've never "woogied" and I don't intend to start now.

 

Compatible with all iPods and replete with an infra-red remote that actually has more features than the standard skip/play/pause you get with most of its ilk, the iWoogie Blaster's slogan is "Guarantee to Rock Speakers".  I'm not entirely certain as to how they monitor the effectiveness of this promise - perhaps a tilt sensor? - but should you be in the market for a speaker-dock that looks remarkably like a bread-bin then maybe this is the one for you.

More photos after the cut.

Sapphire iWoogie Blaster

Sapphire iWoogie Blaster

Sapphire iWoogie Blaster

Sapphire iWoogie Blaster

Sapphire iWoogie Blaster

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