The Monster Light Disc (TRON Edition) just might be the coolest iPhone / iPod dock yet. The Monster-designed Light Drive System basically "uses sophisticated microprocessors to individually control the Light Ring's LEDs." Plus, it's on blowout today over at Amazon. Video after the break.
With the Monster Visualize, your music now controls the Light Disc's LED array. High-definition, High-performance Sound only Monster Can Deliver The powerful five-speaker 2.1 system features four high-performance drivers that deliver ultra-crisp highs, a clear midrange, and extended low-end effects.
Now that you've seen some of the strangest iPhone knockoffs, it's only fitting that we show you some of the weirdest fake iPods out there. The example above not only looks horrific, but it needs to stick "iPod" on there so people don't confuse it for another bad knockoff. Continue reading to see them all.
Amazon is selling the Altec Lansing IMT320 inMotion Compact iPod Speaker System for only $40.77 shipped, originally priced at $79.99. This gadget "folds as small as a book for easy portability, and it packs a punch with dual drivers that deliver rich, well-balanced sound whether you're at home or on the road." Product page. Video preview after the jump.
The inMotion Compact features a dock that is compatible with the latest iPhone and iPod models, including the iPhone 3GS. It also features "Works with iPhone" certification, which means that the music will pause automatically when you receive a call. You won't have to switch your iPhone to airplane mode to get exceptional audio, nor will you have to worry about the annoying GSM buzz that you often get from other speakers.
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Virtual magician Marco Tempest's "blend of technology and illusion creates the magic of tomorrow, today." His latest project involves the iPod and several clever illusions. Continue reading for the video.