Holiday gift guide: Cheap iPod and iPhone docks

We've rounded up some great deals on iPod and iPhone docking stations for under $200

A an iPod or iPhone dock can be a great Christmas gift. Some docking stations offer extras like digital radio, Wi-Fi connectivity and alarm clocks, and most charge your iPhone or iPod.

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Kogan Technologies Digital Radio

The Kogan Digital Radio with Wi-Fi and iPod Dock is a product that's chock-full of features. If you're going to use all of these on a daily basis we'd recommend it, but if you're looking for a stylish tabletop radio there are better choices on the market.

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  • 23rd Sept., 2009
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Kogan Technologies
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  • Pros:
  • Plenty of multimedia features, reasonable USB and iPod support
  • Cons:
  • Difficult volume control, cheap construction, poor display

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