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Saidoka - The Chatter iPhone Dock From BlueLounge

BlueLounge Saidoka iPhone Stand With Case, Without Case and Inner Rubber Lining


If you’re anything like me, your smartphone must be crowded by communication apps. This is cool because staying in touch with your pals and your customers is a must.

The only issue with the plethora of communication services out there is that some of them (especially the newer ones) are built only for smartphone usage. Let me give you a couple of examples – while classic services like Skype, Google Hangouts, Yahoo & MSN Messenger have PC, Mac and Smartphone apps, newer services like What’s App, Line or WeChat are available only on smartphones. The same is also true for SMS – without some serious tweaking you’re stuck on using your cell for SMS-ing. So, working at my desk all day long, I find myself constantly grabbing my smartphone to check my incoming messages and answer them.

The BlueLounge Saidoka seems to be the gadget that will end this pain. Currently available only for iPhone, the Saidoka is a simple iPhone dock that keep your smartphone at the optimal angle for usage without having to grab it every time. The dock has a charging plug (available in 30 pin connector or Lightning plug), features micro-suction materials on the bottom for a strong grip on your desk and it can accommodate your iPhone 4, 4S and 5 with or without protection casing due to it’s inner removable soft rubber lining.

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Written by Emil Ivan (2019 posts)

Emil is the managing editor of Cool Pile. He loves cool stuff, gadgets, gear for guys and writes about his lifestyle discoveries on daily basis. You can find Emil on Google+.

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