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If Teddy Ruxpin had tried harder to keep up with technology, he wouldn’t have risen from the grave using proprietary digital cartridges. Instead, he would have a smartphone dock embedded in his torso like this Japanese Cocolo Bear does.
Behringer’s iNuke Boom car-sized iPhone dock is one of the most ridiculous speakers ever created. But as our own Sam Biddle discovered at CES, it’s so massive your inhibitions about dancing in public are instantly sucked away into its black hole of decibels. So why did Behringer completely neuter it with this tiny Junior version?
Since the iPhone 5 Lightning adaptor has a chip that prevents you from using third-party cables, you can forget about using an inexpensive off-brand dock. That setup didn’t suit Casey Neistat, a filmmaker who prefers to keep a (now obsolete) dock firmly bolted to his desk.
Here’s something you never knew you needed in your life: an iPhone/Android phone dock that actually dances to the beat of the music it plays. Called Shimi, it’s the sort of stupid silly fun that makes robots adorable.
Here is an interesting theory: the new dock connector in Apple’s next iPhone could be a 19-pin port that would be mechanically and electrically compatible with the microUSB standard. I don’t know what it would be like, but I love the idea.