CES: iHome Introduces Eight iPod/iPhone Speaker/Docks/Clocks/Whatsis

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LAS VEGAS - iHome launched no fewer than eight new iPod and iPhone speaker and docking solutions at CES Wednesday. The company announced a variety of portable and tabletop solutions with different configurations and features.

From iHome:

iP48 Portable Rechargeable Stereo Alarm Clock for iPhone/iPod: Housed in a fabric wrapped protective covering for travel anywhere, the iP48 fills the need for a rechargeable portable alarm clock and speaker system. A helpful Time Sync feature sets the clock to local time by simply docking the iPhone so time zone changes are a snap. (Available later in 2010, with pricing to be announced.)

iP49 Portable Rechargeable Studio Series Audio System with Alarm Clock & FM Radio for iPhone/iPod: The name just about says it all. The iP49 features the high-end clock radio functions found in an iHome home unit, and gives it an audio boost with the inclusion of Bongiovi Acoustics’ patented Digital Power Station technology and four neodymium compression drivers. Add EQ for deep bass and audio clarity, and a remote control that handles the menu functions on both iPod and iPhone models, and you have the perfect on-the-go stereo. (Available later in 2010, with pricing to be announced.)

iHM79 Rechargeable Mini Speakers: Small enough to fit in your palm and loud enough to fill the whole room with sound, the new iHM79 introduces an updated look and improved sound, design and battery life, while maintaining the great feature set of its iHM77 predecessor. (Available now from iHome's Web site for US$49.99.)

iA5 App-Enhanced Alarm Clock Speaker System for iPhone and iPod: Winner of the CES Innovations Award for the Personal Electronics category, the first device from iHome to take advantage of their free downloadable App, iHome + Sleep, the iA5 will turn nightstands everywhere into a personal information hub that will connect users with the world around them. (Available later in 2010, with pricing to be announced.)

Studio Series iA100 App-Enabled Alarm Clock with Bluetooth and FM Radio for iPhone and iPod: With astounding clarity and depth from Bongiovi Acoustics Digital Power Station, the iA100 turns the clock radio into a wireless control center. Equipped with Bluetooth and a built-in microphone, users can answer and place calls via speakerphone, as well as wirelessly stream music from their Bluetooth enabled phone, PDA or computer. (Available later in 2010, with pricing to be announced.)

iP39 Kitchen Timer and FM Alarm Clock Radio Speaker System for iPod/iPhone with USB Charging: Winner of the 2010 CES Innovations Award for the category of Home Appliances, the iP39 is the perfect companion for those that need added functionality in the kitchen. Designed with the look and feel of a premium kitchen appliance with stainless steel accents, easy to clean button membrane and a retractable docking station, the iP39 is both an alarm clock radio and dual bake timer that gives users a place to dock, charge and play music from their iPhone or iPod. (Available later in 2010, with pricing to be announced.)

iP90 Clock Radio/Audio System for iPod/iPhone: The flagship alarm clock radio that started it all at iHome gets a facelift in 2010. With a completely redesigned sleek new cabinet and new time sync button, which automatically syncs the iHome to the iPhone time, the iP90 continues to deliver quality sound via Reson8 stereo speakers and builds upon all the great features that users love and expect from this award winning model, will maintaining the $99 price point that has made it a best-seller year after year. (Available later in 2010, with pricing to be announced.)

iP42 Dual Alarm Clock Radio for iPod/iPhone: Small yet robust, the new iP42 is a feature rich alarm clock within a space-saving design. With its two independent alarm functions, Reson8 stereo speakers for deeper bass and time sync button, the iP42 is the perfect alarm clock radio for the iPod/iPhone owner that is tight on space. (Available later in 2010, with pricing to be announced.)

The company is exhibiting at CES in the North Hall, booth, #N245

Comments

iJack

I was hoping that someone here would review, or at least mention the RC helicopter (quadracopter, so-called) that previewed at CES.  It has two cameras and is controlled entirely by an iPhone or an iPod (Touch, I think).  The videos were pretty amazing.

Dean Lewis

Nothing to clean my dishes and apartment yet so I have more time to spend on websites? Awwwww. :(

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