Sunday, 14 December 2008
Buy Now
    Sony SRS P11Q - portable speakers~$16.99
    Logitech mm28 portable speakers~$53.95
    Kensington SX 2000 speakers for the iPod~$80.28
    Altec Lansing inMotion iM3c - portable speakers~$129.16
    Altec Lansing XM3120 - portable speakers~$99.99

Honestly, I don’t even know why I’m talking about this speaker, but whatever. I’m supposed to inform you about the latest ongoings in the Apple World, and here it is. It’s your standard iPod speaker that looks like a beam (couldn’t they have come up with a better design?), has SRS WOW technology to enhance audio quality, an integrated iPod dock that simultaneously charges the player, while it’s playing music, 12 preset AM/FM tuner options, and a backlit LCD display.

And of course, if you want to get the iBeam for a Creative or a Sony music player, you can make the combination look out of place with the auxiliary connection. Just out of curiosity, what makes companies think that I would get the iBeam or any product that has the iconic ‘i’ in its product name, the iPod pictured on the box, and everything about the product screams Apple, for my Sony or Creative players? Do I not have any respect for my non-Apple music player?

Check this out. If you want to add a little more thump to the audio output, you can get the Woofi Subwoofer for an additional $49.95, as if the $169.95 for the iBeam isn’t expensive enough. On the other hand though, Woofi is a cool name. I can live with that.

It’s available immediately.


- Subscribe to's Techblog RSS Feed