We in the tech press are constantly bombarded by emails telling us about new products that are about to launch. (Poor us, we know…) This is especially true in December, as the annual Consumer Electronics Show, which takes place during the second week of January, edges ever closer. So it’s easy to overlook a lot of the pitches and press releases. But this morning, something came through our inbox that is so awesomely audacious, we couldn’t help but share.
This (pictured above) is iNuke Boom, the most gigantic iPhone/iPod dock in existence. (Yes, that little thing on the top is an iPhone.) Made by Behringer, this $30,000, car-sized contraption measures 4-feet tall and 8-feet wide, and weighs 700 pounds, meaning you’re going to need to rent a U-Haul to bring this sucker home. Why is it so ridiculously large? To blow you away with 10,000 watts of face-melting tunes, of course!
The iNuke Boom officially launches at CES, where we’ll be sure to get a closer look (as if that’s needed). Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until then to give you more technical details. In the mean time, you can shop for what kind of ladder you think will go well with your iNuke Boom.
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