1. Sonos Wireless dock

    Sonos Wireless dock

    This smart dock from Sonos is undeniably very convenient, but still lacks in usability and integration

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  2. Fatman iTube Valve Dock Mk II

    Fatman iTube Valve Dock Mk II

    Although it has a tendency to be over-polite, Fatman's latest incarnation of its valve dock has a smooth, velvety sound that some will love

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  3. iLuv iMM289

    iLuv iMM289

    If you're after a smartly priced iPod dock, this little iLuv must be auditioned – there's very little to fault at this price point

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  4. Logitech S715i

    Logitech S715i

    Best speaker dock up to £200, Awards 2012. Good sound quality, built-in battery and compatible with non-Apple portables – what's not to like?

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  5. Arcam rCube

    Arcam rCube

    The rCube has the ability to send audio from one rCube to another, giving you a little multiroom syste

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  7. Pioneer NAS5

    Pioneer NAS5

    This Pioneer dock certainly looks intriguing on paper, but in use it's just too polite for us

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  8. Philips DS9000

    Philips DS9000

    With the introduction of this smart and compact dock from Philips, B&W's mighty Zeppelin finally has some stiff competition

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  9. Sony RDP-X80iP

    Sony RDP-X80iP

    This Sony dock is both sweet sounding and simple to use, and should certainly be on your shortlist

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  10. Intempo Perform

    Intempo Perform

    This Intempo dock has a quirky motorised system, and is rather affordable too - making it a bit of catch

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  11. Creative ZiiSound D5

    Creative ZiiSound D5

    It's got some sonic flaws, but we think this iPod dock system is a great way to utilise Bluetooth technology effectively

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