INCREDIBLE DOCK AVAILABLE! MIKRADLE EVOLUTION Series is here (Photos)!

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    I was responding to lachmann's link he posted that had the car dock and the cover below it.

    Dont let the lack of the Moto "Multimedia Mode" sway you way from the Incredible. It still has an alarm clock and a "Desktop Clock" mode that you can use. It is just a black background with white numbers and such on it. ill take a pic when I get a chance so you can see it. I like it more than the moto at night as it puts off less light even when the moto was in night mode.
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    Can you plug in a headphone jack unobstructed?

    Edit: I use a longer mini USB cord from another phone since the one they gave us was too short to reach my desired location. I have an converter on the end to make it into a micro and it doesn't look like there is enough clearance for the double plug.
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    Bobby J, No problem plugging in your headphones - or any cable - the model has NO obstructions for ANY cables! :)

    I'm not sure of what double plug you use, but each of those chrome metal rods are removable, so you should have no issues. By the way - I supply this MIKRADLE EVOLUTION with a 6' MicroUSB Cable for $34.99 (vs $31.99 without cable). No need for any converters! ;) Much "cleaner" look! :)


    merc, thanks for the clarification! Also for the info on alarm clock! :) mikey
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    Looks very nice. Good job. Much better than trying to make a modified business card holder work.
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    The size of the plug is 2" from the time it bends to the actual micro end. Do you think it will fit or should I ask, will it have enough clearance to sit on the desk properly?
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    If not you could just get a proper cable.
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    Bobby J,

    In the portrait mode this is not an issue. But in landscape (horizontal) positions, that converter at 2" long is much too large (and bulky) to work properly on this dock. I would suggest just getting a MicroUsb cable rather than using converters. I do understand your wish to use what you already have, unfortunately those converters are just much too large for this application. :) mikey
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    Cuskit: Thanks a lot for the info. 6' is quite a long cable and might just do the trick, albeit $3 more. Time to check my funds... "Hey Mrs. Bobby J, can I please buy a...."
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    Too easy..
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    I've found this works better:

    Hey you beautiful, sexy, gorgeous young looking wife of mine, - how would you like it if I took you out to dinner Friday night? After we can take a ride down to the river and watch the moon as I gaze at your lovely and divine face and thank the Lord for pairing me up with the most beautiful woman in the world! Oh, by the way, I ordered one of those cheap, inexpensive MIKRADLE EVOLUTIONS the other day, okay? :icon_ banana::icon_ banana: mikey - sly as a fox.. :)
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    LOL!! I should buy one just for that line.
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    One last question, how the heck do you order this? Ok two questions, what other colors might you be speaking of?
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    See the last line in my signature. :) mikey
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    Thanks, ordered.
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    Bobby, I appreciate the purchase! You've got mail (with confirmation). Don't forget to take her out for dinner! ;) mikey
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    I find it easier to ask for forgiveness rather than permission when it come to loosening the purse strings.....

    Mikey, Sorry to hear about Dad again.
    Take the time you need. We all understand the time involved in caring for a parent or other loved one. Make sure you take time for yourself, get rest. Eat one of those costco ribeyes you are famous for. Spend some time with the wife. Rejuvenate.

    We will be here once you've gotten some rest.
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    I find it easier to ask for forgiveness rather than permission when it come to loosening the purse strings.....

    Mikey, Sorry to hear about Dad again.
    Take the time you need. We all understand the time involved in caring for a parent or other loved one. Make sure you take time for yourself, get rest. Eat one of those costco ribeyes you are famous for. Spend some time with the wife. Rejuvenate.

    We will be here once you've gotten some rest.[/QUOTE]

    Cigar - thanks for that. I'm very touched by all the response here - it's like a family around here. I can say that this ordeal with Dad is made much easier with all the patience and understanding I've received over the last few months here. The compassion of the forum members is overwhelming at times - and I want all to know how much I appreciate it.

    Dad is stable today, though not very energetic. His age is showing more and more. His birthday is May 27 (89 on that day), and I'm here to tell you I will be making the most of it for him. His favorite restaurant is the Red Lobster, and if God plays favor in our hands - I will be taking Pop there! :)

    I did lose today - I thought I would be applying final clear coats, but I was in several consultations today and did not get any progress done. But tomorrow will find me diligent at the shop - I don't wish to delay shipping any orders past Friday, no matter what it takes. At least two dozen will ship tomorrow, with the bulk of the orders going out Friday. My guys have finished all they can do, the spraying is always in my hands.

    Again - thank you all.. mike
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    AYCE cheesy rolls FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Boo-yeah!

    -Mike
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    I always go for the Admirals Feast. With a side of snow crab legs. And a bowl of chowder. Yup. I tend to order way more than I can finish! Dad loves shrimp scampi, and lobster anything! I can say, it may be Dad's favorite place, but certainly not mine. I prefer many of the fresh fish restaurants that populate our shore towns. But, whatever makes Dad happy makes me happy! :) mikey
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    Mikey,
    Here's my way of thinking of you and your Dad. It's that Costco ribeye in a bit of marinade just beginning to sear on the Weber.

    Cigar is in hand,
    Geoff

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