Palm Top Theater 3D Viewer, Atari 2600 iPhone Dock
We have covered a number of 3D movie viewers for iPhone here in the past. They are usually portable devices you can pick up to get more out of your movies and other content on the go. The Palm Top Theater is another compact accessory that turns your phone into a mini 3D viewing device. It uses 3 displays with a rear mirror and two half mirrors in front of it to give you the illusion of 3D.
The product is developed by Pied Piper. All you have to do is put your iPhone 4 or iPhone 5 inside the case to get started with your 3D experience. The picture is small, so we can’t say this will be the most impressive 3D experience you can get on your smartphone. The Palm Top Theater device does cost less than some of the other iPhone 3D viewers we have tested though (costs you $33).
Remember the good old Atari consoles? Many of us grew up playing those for a while. Times have changed a lot since then. You could still put your Atari console to good use if you know how to turn it into a dock. Don’t have time for that? The better way would be to just get an Atari 2600 speaker dock from someone who has done the hard work for you.
This Atari 2600 acts as a speaker dock for your iPhone. It is a classic but does improve the quality of sound coming out of your phone. You get 6 EQ settings, FM radio, and a remote control. The dock can be enhanced using the SmartLink app. Best of all, you can make this product iPhone 5 compatible. You will have to part ways with $230 to get this though.
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