CES: Introducing the Obama iPod Dock

When the popularity of Barack Obama meets the popularity of iPod speaker docks, you get…an Obama iPod speaker dock.

But Taiwan-based Ozaki, the company behind the dancing President-elect, didn’t stop there. The Obama dock is part of its iMini line, which fuses the technology of an iPod dock, radio, alarm and speakers–and fuzzy fabric.

If there isn’t music playing for the Obama doll to wobble to and fro to, then a microphone picks up ambient noise, and Obama dock will start dancing on its own. The demo model Obama sported a “Change” T-shirt and played a video of will.i.am, a noted Obama supporter.

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