If you're the proud owner of a Zen Micro you'll know that its sonic prowess is music to the ears. The trouble is, it's probably
music to your ears only. That's why you need to get hold of the ingenious Creative MicroDock.
This eye-poppingly attractive speaker system features an integrated dock specifically designed to accommodate the Zen Micro, but
Zen-less mortals can join in the fun using the natty mini jack connector. Indeed, thanks to a nifty cable, you can listen to
virtually any audio device via the versatile MicroDock.
Before we delve into the pros (there are no cons) of owning this gorgeous bit of kit, it's worth mentioning that the Creative
MicroDock is one of the most ergonomically enticing travelling companions we've ever had the pleasure to play with. Indeed, you'll
want to stroke, caress and gawp at this gleaming one-piece masterpiece before you've even heard it!
When you do get round to listening to your sound files out loud you'll be in sheer audio nirvana because the MicroDock features 4
precision NeoTitanium microdrivers (totalling 8 Watts RMS) that deliver incredibly detailed sonics. And despite its magnificently
compact styling, the MicroDock packs a hefty punch in the volume department - so much so your neighbours will know exactly what
you're twanging your air guitar to!
As with other Creative products the MicroDock goes that extra mile in terms of features, because as well as docking and charging
facilities this music-pumping must-have features an FM antenna, wide stereo effect button, soft volume button, headphone socket and
a sleek remote control so you can direct the audio action from up to 26 feet away - perfect for AC/DC-style duckwalking in lengthy
hotel suites. It's even magnetically shielded to prevent interference, so if you fancy having a blast in a military installation
you won't have to worry about any Spinal Tap-style interruptions.
Throw in a seductive blue LED on/off button, USB connectivity, long battery life (up to 25 hours from a set of AA batteries) and an
integrated cover that doubles up as a handy stand, and you're looking at a speaker system that will have many an iDock hanging its
featureless fascia in shame. Creative? The MicroDock is flippin' genius!
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