JukeDock iPod dock borrows jukebox styling

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Pressure Drop on Monday introduced JukeDock, an iPod dock that connects to your home stereo and looks a bit like an old vintage jukebox. It costs $99.99, and is available in white now — a black version will ship in a few weeks.

The JukeDock can use your existing home stereo remote control to interface with the iPod, as well. Once your iPod is in the JukeDock, you simply select the function on your iPod you want to control through your remote, press the corresponding button on the back of the JukeDock, and then press the button on your home stereo remote.

The lights on the JukeDock are programmable, as well — you can adjust them to “Rainbow Mode,” “EQ Mode,” “Cycle Mode” or “Steady Mode” depending on your mood.

The JukeDock also connects to a Mac or PC using USB 2.0, so you can sync to a computer. And it lets you show photos or video on your TV using an included S-Video cable.

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