Those of you who have owned a docking station for iPhone probably know how handy those are. They can bring more organization to your room or office. Besides, they will keep your device charged too. If you love your iPhone docking station, there is no reason you shouldn’t try getting one for your iPad. These 5 iPad docks are well worth a try:
miFrame Rotatable 8×10 Picture Frame iPad Dock Stand: works with the first generation iPad. Lets you use it as a digital picture frame. It keeps your device charged too.
Philips Docking system DC291/37 for iPad: plays and charges your iPad. Offers clock synchronization with your iPad when docked. Acts as a decent alarm clock.
iDesign Docking Station for iPad Tablet: a stylish speaker dock for your iPad 2 that keeps your device safe and sound on your table. It has a nice speaker too.
iSound Cinema Sound for iPad and iPad 2: a multi-view speaker and dock for iPad. Its angle can be adjusted from 15 to 65 degrees. It has a wireless remote as well.
XtremeMac IPU-ID2-11 InCharge Duo for iPhone/iPod/iPad: charges your iPad and iPhone at the same time. We have only tested it with iPad 1 though.
What’s your favorite docking station for iPad?
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