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Review: DLO HomeDock & Griffin TuneCenter

Where to buy
Price when rated: $130
Lowest price: $29.00 via Amazon.com Marketplace

Pros

  • Remote includes convenient page up/down buttons
  • Allows you to browse your iPod’s music content via menus on your TV
  • Access to Internet radio stations

Cons

  • No onscreen album-art display
  • Video browsing and photo and slideshow selection require using the iPod’s own screen
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At a Glance

Dock for connecting your iPod to your home entertainment system and TV.

Price when rated: $150

Pros

  • Displays album art on your TV
  • Unique dock connector doesn’t require you to remove iPod from a case
  • Allows you to browse your iPod’s music and video content via menus on your TV

Cons

  • Photo and slideshow selection require using the iPod’s own screen
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