Stereo dock helps iPod rock

Kensington's new Stereo Dock, which simultaneously charges your iPod and transmits tunes through your home stereo system, won't be out until next month. But it's not only for sale all around the Web, it's on sale with discounts of up to almost one-third off.

Kensington Stereo Dock
Credit: Kensington

The dock comes with a handy infrared remote control that Kensington says will work interference-free from up to 30 feet. And it's made for all iPods with a dock connector, including the iPod mini and iPod photo.

The dock costs $89.99 if you pre-order it through Kensington's site. But despite the apparent dearth of reviews in advance of the product launch, the model is already going for as low as $61.30 at Buy.com.

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