iPod Touch Docking Station: Bring Out The Little Monkey In You

We have seen a wide range of iPod docks over the years, in all shapes and sizes from the sensible units with emphasis on sound quality, to the quirky pig styled docks for those that what to be different.

If you are in the group of dock users that sign up to unique style over slick performance then the Julius Dance Machine could be the very item for you.

As Pocket-lint state the performance will not bother the likes of Bowers & Wilkins, but for those of with a fashionable bent will recognize the American designer Paul Franks mascot, Julius. With 2.5-inch full range speakers, the bass notes should keep your sound quality clear.

Slashgear remarked on the other additions are the 3.5mm stereo mini plug for the audio input, and changeable dock adapters to house all iPod varieties.

Co-founder and president of Paul Frank, Ryan Heuser commented on the merging of the two parties saying: “Some creative partnerships are just meant to be. This one is like peanut butter and jellyā€¯ he added, “By juxtaposing our two very unlike companies together we are combining inspired technology with inspired design. The end result being a blend which enhances the audio and visual aesthetics for the customer and creates something pretty delicious.”

If you fancy the Julius Dance Machine it can be purchased for $99.95 from U.S. Paul Frank retail outlets, or online. Tell us what interests you when choosing a dock for your iPod?