IHome Debuts IB969 Home Charging Station

Posted: Nov 2 2010, 12:35pm CDT | by , in News | Hot Gadgets

 
iHome Debuts iB969 Home Charging Station
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Charges all sorts of gadgets

Generally when I talk about something from iHome we are looking at a new iPhone or iPod docking clock. Today iHome has announced a new product called the iHome iB969 Charging Station for iPad, iPhone, and more.

The device is a flat metal looking charging station that has dual universal iPhone and iPod docks to charge on phone and charge/sync to the other port. The device can charge four different items at the same with and can accommodate all maker of devices. It has a cable management system to reduce clutter form the charge cables.

An integrated iPad stand can hold the iPad vertically or horizontally. The thing measures 8.98" x 1.87" x 6/74" and weighs 0.54 pounds. It is available to ship now and sells for $59.99.

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