Behold the Sound Machine, a dock for the iPhone created by a company called Audio Jibe, headed up by Robert Brunner, one of the Apple design bigwigs between 1989 and 1996. Set to ship at the beginning of next year, the Sound Machine communicates with an iPhone via Bluetooth, but it also plays back DVDs and hooks up to Internet radio stations with Wi-Fi. No pricing info was forthcoming, but we're going to search CES far and wide for this baby. [Gizmos]
Former Apple Designer Creates Sound Machine iPhone Dock
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