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Build a Lego Desktop Dock for Your Smartphone

By Joe Levi April 22, 2011, 5:52 pm

About a year ago I showed you the Google Nexus One Desktop Dock, and although it wasn't perfect, it did it's job simply and elegantly. Unfortunately it's only compatible with the Nexus One. Desktop docks for other smartphones have the same problem: they only work with the phone for which they're designed.

What we need is a generic desktop dock that can work with virtually any smartphone, and can easily be modified for new ones! All we need is a little imagination and a handful of Lego blocks! At least that's what this inventive person thought. Here's what he came up with.

CAD Rendering

In Use

Source: Instructables



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