Earlier last year, multi-talented artist Jean Michael Jarre, created the AeroDream One iPod Tower, which by far is the most expensive, and also the tallest iPod docking station there on the market. Towering at a height of 3.40 meters, this tower is known to weight as much as 395 kgs per unit and also comes with a special ladder for climbing to the top of the tower, where the docking port is located. A tech-giant by all means, there is the 6.35 mm jack for accommodating other gadgets if one wishes to, for playing audio content. Capabilities include the 10,000 Watt power output, 5 channel amplifiers, and also the fairly impressive 18-inch subwoofer. (AeroDream One)
The new beautifully designed Lenco iPod Docking Station has stereo speakers, a CD player and an AM/FM radio. The Lenco iPod Docking Station connects to all sizes iPods, like, for example, the iPod Touch and the iPod Nano.
We had not one, but two 26in LCD televisions, much to the delight of the elder of our dogs, Lucy, who, unbelievably, is a huge fan of the box, a super king size bed with Sealy mattress and fluffy, hypo-allergenic goose down duvets (needless to say, we enjoyed the best night’s sleep ever), and alarm clock with iPod docking station, to play soothing tunes to our pets when we had to leave them (Radio 2 is normally their station of choice on the ‘wireless), plus all the usual essentials such as hairdryer, ironing board and a safe.
The modern has everything a guest could ask for. Each room features an iPod docking station, premium bedding, climate control, an HD television and room service. Amenities at the hotel include complimentary Wi-Fi, a heated indoor pool, a renowned American Grill restaurant, and a fitness center with top-of-the-range equipment. The White House is just a few blocks away, meaning the Hyatt Regency really is in a prime location.