An iPhone, iPod dock that levitates, sort of

Available in seven high-gloss colors with a matte veneer, the wall shelf has an integrated 30-pin dock for your iPhone and iPod, as well as audio and USB inputs so you can hook it up to your PC or home theater system.

Hohrizontal 51
Finite Elemente

If you've run out of floor space at home and need to have a media player dock for your iPhone or iPod, the only way to go is up. Enter Finite Elemente's Hohrizontal 51 (yes, that's two "h"s), a dock masquerading as a shelf (or is it the other way around?).

Available in seven high-gloss colors with a matte veneer, the wall shelf has an integrated 30-pin dock for your iPhone and iPod, as well as audio and USB inputs so you can hook it up to your PC or home theater system.

It also has composite AV-out and a pair of 25-watt amplifiers with a frequency range of between 50 and 25,000Hz. And because it's also a shelf, it can hold a load ranging from about 22 to 55 pounds. The Hohrizontal 51 has a 39x11-inch footprint, measures 2 inches tall, weighs about 14 pounds, and reportedly costs $660. That's a rather hefty sum to pay for a speaker dock. I wonder where the power cables go.

(Source: Crave Asia via Gizmag)

 

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