- A Docking station or port replicator provides a simplified way of “plugging-in” an electronic device such as a laptop computer to common peripherals.
- Creatures is an artificial life (alife) computer program series, created in the mid-1990s by English computer scientist Steve Grand whilst working for the Cambridge computer games developer Millennium Interactive. The program is one of the few games (as of 2008) to employ machine learning.
- A piece of hardware into which a laptop computer can be plugged for use as a desktop computer, peripherals such as the monitor being connected directly to the docking station
- A device to which a portable computer is connected so that it can be used like a desktop computer, with an external power supply, monitor, data transfer capability, etc
- The iPod shuffle (trademarked, marketed and stylized as iPod shuffle) is a digital audio player designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It is the smallest model in Apple’s iPod family, and was the first to use flash memory.
ipod shuffle docking station – GPX HM109B
Enjoy listening to the radio, or your own music selections, on this GPX home music system. Features AM/FM radio with digital display, white backlit LCD with alarm clock, and dual speakers with cloth grills.
Perfect for utility rooms, garages, or other spots where you just want a little music from your iPod, MP3 player, or radio. Click to enlarge.
“Docking” plug works with iPod nano and select MP3 players (does not charge).
Connect other devices using the rear auxiliary input.
Just the Basics
This little stereo is perfect for utility rooms, garages, or other spots where you just want a little music from your iPod, MP3 player, or radio. It also features an alarm, for bedside use.
Connect Any MP3 Player
The HM109B offers two options for connecting your device. For players like the iPod nano, with the headphone jack on the bottom, you can dock it right on top using the fold-up 3.5-mm jack. Note that this will not charge your device, just deliver audio.
For devices that won’t fit the top dock, an auxiliary input is provided, so you can connect pretty much any audio device using a standard stereo 3.5-mm audio cable.
Tune into your favorite morning show, the weather or traffic report, or other programming, with the AM/FM radio.
Wake to the radio or buzzer using the digital alarm clock. Throw in two AA batteries, and you’ll be sure to wake up even in the event of a power outage.
Note: You can only wake to the radio or buzzer, not to connected iPods/MP3 players/etc.
What’s in the Box
iLive HM109B system, AC adapter, and documentation.
Cute little green shuffle that was originally for working out and is now being used very, very carefully by my son and my new toy – my 2nd gen 8gig iPod Touch that I just absolutely LOVE.
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ipod shuffle docking station