As we begin to rely more and more on our portable devices, like our smartphones and tablets, to fill the role of tasks our desktop computers used to, we start to find some shortcomings of using portable devices ahead of full computer systems. Audio, for one, on most portable devices leaves a lot to be desired, with little more than one or two small speakers pumping out under powered and mediocre sounding audio. As tablets and portable devices continue to gain market share ahead of more traditional desktop computer systems, a lot of great accessories are starting to hit the market which extend the way we interact with these devices.
Recently released on the market was Samsung's DA-E750 wireless audio dock. Where most audio docks fall short by only supporting maybe one or two different protocols, the DA-E750 supports them all, including; mini USB dock, iPhone/iPad dock, Bluetooth, Airplay, AllShare Play, USB and network playback and of course an auxiliary input too. The DA-E750 has also taken a radically different design approach than most audio docks and looks more like something you'd buy at a boutique audio shop instead of your local electronics store. With a price tag only marginally higher than some high end audio docks on the market, the DA-E750 looks as though it could find itself with many uses around the home, so let's see what it's all about!