Multimedia Station for DROID by Motorola

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  1. Vancelot

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    My ONLY complaint/suggestion about the alarm clock is:
    I wish the Snooze / Dismiss buttons/fonts were bigger.
    I have a hard time telling the 2 apart when I first wake up.

    Maybe it is because I am 40+ years old, but it would be nice if I had the option to change it.
     
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    VZW provides the Federal and State governments cell phone service. Despite our somewhat disheveled government system, when the government trusts VZW for their cell phone needs, THAT SAYS ALOT!
     
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    Regarding the Multimedia Station - I have one, I like it, however I use it as my alarm clock, and when I have it plugged in, it's too bright, even dimmed. The brightness comes from the 4 white buttons at the bottom. Any way to turn off the lights on the bottom buttons?
     
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    i am sorry but did you press the "light bulb" icon? because my droid dims considerably when i press it
     
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    Yes, I use the light bulb - thats what I meant by "even dimmed". However, I did notice for some reason that magically the 4 white buttons turned off last night after a while...hmmmm. Oh well!
     
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    HP employees pull in 20% off your bill and 25% off of equipment and accessories. Comes in handy for the bills since Verizon is a bit pricey but I rarely buy accessories so that 25% discount rarely gets used.
     
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    Does anyone know if the home dock works when you have the verizon silicon cover on the Droid?
     
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    i have noticed that the home dock leaves very little space for a phone cover. the only way you could keep a cover on your droid and still on the dock is if you have a two piece cover. then you can keep the face plate on but have to remove the backing.
     
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    Many companies get these discounts. The same applies to our account. It's great! :icon_ banana:
     
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    Picked up the Multimedia Station from a sale at "WhatanItem.com" last week for $15 plus $5 shipping. I suspect the price was the result of damaged packaging. The unit itself was fine.

    A warning, though. I had hoped that the station would work with at least the front cover of my Seidio case in place. I didn't expect it to fit with the back on. Bad news is that it won't work with either the front or back cover in place. Only a naked Droid (or perhaps one with a transparent flexible plastic cover) will fit.
     
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    How is this a multimedia station when there are now exterior speakers that allow you to play music or anything like the Ipod has the Ihome.
     
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    I use my multimedia dock with the Seidio front still on. Take off the back of the case, slide the keyboard open, place the Droid into the dock, and then push keyboard to the closed position again. It won't go all the way down, but you can't even tell.
     
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