updated 11:15 am EDT, Tue March 20, 2007
DLO HomeDock for Zune
DLO pledged its allegiance to the Zune today and released two new accessories for the fledgling player. The HomeDock for Zune is like its iPod equivalent in putting the Microsoft device's music, movies, and photos on to a TV screen. Owners control tracks with a wireless 18-button remote. The dock connects to any TV with an RCA input and will charge the Zune, also synchronizing it with a PC when connected by a USB cable. It ships now for $100.
The company also began shipping its previously announced TransDock micro for Zune. A small FM transmitter, it plugs into the 12-volt port found on many cars and plays the Zune's music while keeping the jukebox charged. An auxiliary input lets the dock also stream audio from an iPod or other audio sources. It should also be available today for $70.