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For £7 you can't go too far wrong
on 22 January 2014
Bought this as I'd seen something similar in PC World for £30, and it seemed like I might get some more mileage out of docking units I'd bought when I used Apple products, since later moving to Android.
My expectations were not high for this price. Much like many of these cheap disposable bits of Chinese gadgetry, I always tend to weight up the "Do I mind throwing away £X ?", factor.
What I got though seems to do everything I expected.
And only makes me wonder that mainstream retailers, probably just buy loads of a similar standard product, repackage it and re-write the instructions in better English, and churn it out for £30 instead. As I can't see what extra their's does. Although I never cease to find the poorly translated versions hilariously entertaining personally.
There are many questions here about compatibility. For a specific dock, that's probably going to mean you pays your money, you take a chance. But if you have several docks lying about, chances are it's work with one or all of them. If you like it, I'd imagine many will buy more to BT upgrade several docks.
What might be nice is a compatibility list, along the lines of "if your dock works with iPhone/iPod gens X Y & Z, then this is compatible", as the problems seem more to do with various changes to Apple's 30-pin plug. And a list of every dock that it's compatible with is virtually impossible to even start to compile, as there have been so many.
Saying that, I wouldn't be surprised if someone has done that sort of thing somewhere on the Interweb.