“Stop shuffling for a second and recharge, in Art-Techo style.”
Announcing DecoDock by Pressure Drop
Bend, Oregon – March 21, 2005- Pressure Drop today announces DecoDock, the
first stylish dock designed to complement and enhance the iPod shuffle.
DecoDock provides an elegant solution for users who want a simple, artistic
way to connect their iPod shuffle to their computer.
Designed in the classic Art Deco style, the DecoDock’s lighted columns
tower over a brilliantly colored and graceful arc, enhancing the pleasing
simplicity of the iPod shuffle. The iPod’s plastic cap can be stored in
the back of the DecoDock, a unique feature designed specifically to help
prevent it from getting lost.
“With DecoDock, Pressure Drop is making the statement that anything can be
elegant and stylish, even a simple dock,” said David Gawlowski, President
of Pressure Drop. “We took the clean, simple lines of the iPod shuffle and
enhanced them, making the DecoDock and shuffle blend seamlessly together in
an artistic and exciting way. Adding a place to store the cap so it
doesn’t get lost, lighting the columns for visual effect, offering a
multitude of brilliant colors so a user can personalize their workspace —
these are all proof that even a dock can be so much more than a slab of
Pricing and Availability
DecoDock will be available in April in a variety of colors for $28.99.
Customers can learn how to qualify for a special pre-order price of $24.99
About Pressure Drop
Pressure Drop is the leader in the emerging Art-Techo Movement, a mission
to transform a consumer’s expectation of what technology products should
look and perform like. As creators of the first Art-Techo computer
peripherals, PaperHub and TrestleHub, Pressure Drop has proven that the
computer peripheral industry is ready to evolve beyond utilitarian plastic
boxes and chaotic tangles of wires and cables. Pressure Drop is instead
creating stylish, visionary peripherals that fuse art and technology.
Discover the Art-Techo movement at www.pdrop.com.