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Samsung has unveiled a couple of audio docks that offer compatibility for Samsung Galaxy S smartphones and their popular rival, the Apple iPhone.

The highlight of these is the DA-E750, a high-end audio box that packs a dual-docking system for handsets from both manufacturers.

Samsung DA-E750

The DA-E750 comes with hybrid vacuum tube amplifier technology, Airplay functionality and Bluetooth, as well as Samsung's own AllShare feature - the company's take on DLNA.

There's a whopping 100W of sound and various inputs too, putting the DA-E750 right up there among the more premium range of docking-systems.

While there are no details on pricing and availability yet, more should be revealed at CES in Las Vegas next week. ®

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