Fatman delivers two new iPod docking options

The Fatman strikes again. Nope, Frank Lampard's not back from his injury - we're talking iPod docks from the ultra-cool manufacturer.

First up is the Fatman iTube ValveDock MkII, the successor to the original ValveDock that adds more power and a USB input option as well.

It's a two-piece system made up of the bling-tastic amplifier, with its trio of valves and the hybrid-tube amp, and the matching iPod dock itself.

In the box you'll find high-quality speaker cables and a remote control. It has 2x25W of output and offers line-level inputs making it easy to hook-up additional devices like your CD player.

The Carbon Trinity features a hybrid vacuum tube amplifier with the on-board iPod/iPhone dock, and also offers a USB option for your non iDevices.

It has the same 2x25W output as the iTube and the same frequency response of 20Hz - 20KHz (±1.5Db).

The Fatman iTube ValveDock MkII will set you back £300, and the Carbon Trinity £400. Add £100 to both if you want speakers as well. They're out now.