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Turn iPod into a micro-system

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October 27, 2003

Turn iPod into a micro-system

Turn iPod into a micro-system

Tuesday October 28, 2003

inMotion is a portable audio system designed specifically for the Apple iPod that provides a platform for quality headphone-free listening direct in a package that's still less than the size of a paperback. As well as matching iPod's style and colour scheme, inMotion features four full-range, custom-designed neodymium micro drivers to produce clear audio output and natural-sounding bass at low frequencies.

When placed in inMotion's docking bay, the iPod can perform all the same data transfer and synchronization functions possible via Apple's standard, free-standing iPod dock. An alarm feature can also transform iPod into a fully-functioning alarm clock that plays the wakeup music of your choice.

Other features include extra-low battery power consumption, a headphone jack for private listening, an auxiliary input jack for connection to other audio devices such as laptops, older iPods, or other MP3 players.

inMotion is currently available through Apple's online store (store.apple.com) at a cost of US$149.

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