10. 29. 2009
Revo heritage iPod/iPhone dock is also a radio with retro design
With docks floating dime-a-dozen around the iPod/iPhone accessory market, why would you consider another one just now? Well, consider what the Revo Heritage iPod dock propositions enticingly - handcrafted American Walnut body with the switches and inlay custom-manufactured for a complete 60's look and feel. Well, well.
And we've just begun. Hidden inside the lovely retro facade is all of cutting-edge technology - DAB, DAB+, FM and Wi-Fi internet radio, DLNA UPnP streaming, plus docking for your iPhone or iPod (all models). The minimalistic design packs in a ‘secret-until-lit’ graphical OLED screen, with a high-end 7W amplifier, 3-inch neodymium speaker driver, and a remote control. A USB port allows connection to other MP3 players or memory sticks with MP3s and even the videos on your iPod can be output to the OLED display via a video-out socket. Included with this awesome package is a 30-day trial package from online music service Last.fm, which gives you access to its database with more than 5 million tracks and is capable of generating a unique playlist each time you access it.
The Revo is due for an early November UK launch from John Lewis at a totally upmarket price of £229.95 (around USD $375).