The iFusion is perhaps the first iPhone accessory that is, in fact, a phone. Say what?

The iFusion is a desktop phone cradle with an iPhone dock. In the latest Macworld Video, my colleague Serenity Caldwell shows you how the iFusion works.

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Show Notes

The iFusion connects to your iPhone via Bluetooth and charges via the dock. You can then pick up the plastic phone and use it as a receiver for your iPhone. The iFusion also sports a speakerphone, which the company says sounds superior to the iPhone’s built-in option.

An enterprise-level app for businesses allows the iFusion to integrate with PBX systems.

The iFusion will be available in April. It will come in black and white with an MSRP of $169; the company is accepting pre-orders with a $20 discount at its Website.

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