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iHome iDL46 Dual Charging Stereo FM Clock Radio with Lightning Dock and ... -...

I’ve had my iHome docking alarm clock since the 3nd generation iPod Touch came out. Sadly, when they upgraded to the Lightning connector the dock no longer worked with my phone, but I had grown so accustomed to the alarm clock, that I never bothered to replace it. When the iHome iDL46 Dual Charging Stereo FM Clock Radio with... Not only did it have a Lightning dock, but it also allows for a USB and auxiliary input, which means if they ever change the connector, I can still use it. The first thing I noticed when taking the alarm clock out of the box was its size. With its dimensions as 9. 26″ wide by 6. 11″ high, it is definitely a lot bigger than my current clock. I was happy to see that they hadn’t changed the plug from my old clock, so if my cats ever chews up this cord, I will have a backup. On the top of the alarm clock you’ll find all the buttons and the Lightning dock. With my iPad, I was able to just barely get it docked in the case, but it was not firmly seated, so I would not have trusted it. The buttons are all clearly marked and also are illuminated to whatever brightness you have the front display set to....

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How to Pack and Travel Light - The Epoch Times

December 31, 1969
In my last post , I described reasons, some viable, some ridiculous, why packing and traveling light is the way to go. So now that you understand the benefits of carrying the minimum, this article will explain how to do it. But first,. What Is Packing and Traveling Light. Packing and traveling light is packing the bare essentials, essentially. Many people assume that the more time we will travel, the more things we will need to bring. Traveling light should mean that your luggage weighs little to nothing. Read the post on Why to Pack and Travel Light. How to pack and Travel Light To travel light, we need to be able to travel smart. Lists are a great first step because it helps us to prioritize items based on their value, rather than allowing sentiment to possibly get in the way once you see the item. Jot down everything you want to take, from the most necessary (passport, wallet) to the most useless (iHome, 3rd pair of shoes). Prioritize each item on the list by adding numbers next to them, starting with ‘1’ for the absolute, most important thing, and going down numerically from there. Not only are packing lists good for weeding out the items that you don’t need to bring along, but they help ensure that we don’t leave anything behind.

iHome DL100 review: Speaker dock charges three devices, but falls short as an...

December 31, 1969
iHome’s $150 DL100 (which the company describes as a “Triple Charging Stereo FM Clock Radio with Two Lightning Docks and USB Charge/Play for iPad/iPhone and iPod”) is cooler in concept than in practice. It’s a fine clock, a fine charging station, and a decent speaker. But it’s a lackluster alarm clock, and alarm-clock features have always been what makes iHome’s products stand out from the crowd. The top surface hosts two Lightning-connector docks—one for an iPhone or iPod, and the other, with a sturdy back support, for an iPad (full size or mini). The clock display offers half a dozen brightness settings, though I wish it had one that’s brighter than the essentially “off” mode, but dimmer than the last visible step. However, while I can place my iPhone 5S onto the phone dock easily, docking my iPad mini takes a little effort and concentration—centering the larger iPad takes some precision. Once you dock your devices, charging is a bit odd. For example, if I have my iPhone docked and I then dock my iPad, the iPhone stops charging for a moment and then starts again.