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iHome iDM12 Rechargeable Portable Bluetooth Speaker System

Posted in iHome by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2011

The iHome iDM12 is a portable wireless speaker system designed for your iPad, iPhone, and iPod. Basically a small soundbar that provides two active speaker drivers and one passive radiator to produce excellent sound quality.

It’s pretty handy for your Apple gadgets since it also features a removable iPad stand and a built-in Lithium-ion rechargeable battery. The iHome iDM12 comes with a protective magnetic casing that easily detaches to use as a stand for either portrait or landscape orientations. Pretty handy speaker system.

iHome unveils iB969 Charging Station

Posted in iHome by Conner Flynn on November 3rd, 2010

iHome has unveiled the iB969 charging station for iOS devices, which features quick-charge USB ports that don’t support syncing and also standard-charge ports that do support syncing. The $60 charging station comes bundled with adapters for various iPods and has a rubberized rest area for your iPad.

You can charge up to four different devices simultaneously. The iB969 can sync with iTunes and features a USB to AC adapter for devices like the Sony Reader. BlackBerry, Kindles and the Nook can be charged using the bundled USB to mini-USB adapter.

iHome iA100 iPad Stereo Speaker System

Posted in iHome by Conner Flynn on October 20th, 2010

There are many docks, but not too many iPad-friendly home stereo systems, so iHome has introduced its iA100 Bluetooth Stereo System, which is available for $199.

This docking station/stereo system offers Bongiovi Acoustics’ DPS technology, a built-in alarm clock, Bluetooth, and is compatible with the iPad, iPhone, and iPod via a 30-pin Dock Connector. It will basically turn your iPad into a fancy desktop alarm clock, which is no doubt exactly why you bought it.

iHome iA100ZE iPad alarm dock

Posted in iHome by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2010

iHome is trying hard to get noticed in an over-saturated market. But putting an iPad onto a fairly standard FM radio / alarm clock / dock just seems odd. However, if you like the idea, this dock seems quite capable.

It sports iHome+Sleep app integration, and Bluetooth. We wish we had more info, but we have no idea when it ships, or for how much. So there you have it. The first official iPad docking alarm clock. Who’s buying one?

iHome iA5 app-driven Alarm Clock for iPhone

Posted in iHome by Conner Flynn on March 25th, 2010

Yeah we hear ya. Yes this is yet another alarm clock speaker system for your iPhone or iPod touch. However the iHome iA5 App-driven Alarm Clock Speaker System was specially designed to work with the company’s iHome+Sleep app, which allows users to adjust the clock’s time, alarm, and EQ settings right from the iPhone itself.

By equipping the speaker system with the app users get up to 18 additional software alarms and nap alarms, and can browse local weather information. Owners can also set snooze or program wake alarms that can play movies or songs. A line-in jack allows for connecting additional audio devices.

iHome iP39 kitchen timer iPhone dock keeps your buns from burning

Posted in iHome by Shane McGlaun on March 19th, 2010

I have used my iPhone as a timer when I was cooking something a bunch of times. I also use the iPhone as my alarm clock and my watch and I bet lots of you do as well. iHome has a new speaker dock that has a clock, kitchen timer and other cool features for the iPhone and iPod.

The device is called the iP39 Kitchen Timer and FM Alarm Clock Radio Speaker System for iPhone/iPod. The thing has one of the longest product names ever. What you get is an upright stainless and black looking speaker dock that fits in with most modern kitchens.

iHome lamp docks and charges your iPod

Posted in iHome by Shane McGlaun on April 4th, 2008

iHome lampEverywhere you look the proof of how successful the Apple iPod is abounds. It seems like everything is getting its own docking slot for an iPod. We have iPod clocks, iPod toilets, iPod stereos and the list goes on. 1000 years from now when researchers look back on this decade they will think we all needed help getting a woody and everyone needed a place to dock their iPod.

Naturally a new iPod docking device has turned up, this time in the form of a lamp. A company called Checkolite has a new iPod compatible, docking lamp for your desk. There are three lamp models that are available in black or white colors.

iHome ultimate Bluetooth speakers/clock radio

Posted in Bluetooth,Clocks,iHome,Speakers by Reuben Drake on September 22nd, 2007

iHome IHC5S clock radio and speakers dock for Bluetooth cell phonesThe iHome iHC5S is one of those incredible multi-gadgets that pack maybe one-too-many features into a single system. Fortunately in this case the features all seem to pretty much go together, unlike the stranger combination found Mini-Fridge we saw earlier this month.

iHome has put together a clock radio that connects wirelessly via the Handsfree, Headset, AVRCP and A2DP Bluetooth profiles to give a system that integrates with Bluetooth enabled mobile phones. The Clock Radio Speaker System, as iHome descriptively calls it, has the ability to receive streaming music from your phone and play it through the 4 built-in stereo speakers. It also lets you control the playback through the system or an included remote control. The alarm clock also allows you to wake up to a buzzer, radio or the streamed music from your phone.

iPod Bicycle Speaker/Dock

Posted in Dock,iHome,iPod Accessories,Outdoors,Speakers by Chris Weber on June 26th, 2007

iH85B iPod Bicycle Speaker for iPodiH85B iPod speaker/dock for bikes with mounting bracket and remoteThe iH85B iPod speaker/dock from iHome is a water resistant, impact resistant cylinder that houses your iPod to mount onto your bike to enjoy your music through a built-in speaker on the go.

Slide the iPod speaker chamber apart and the iPod fits snugly inside the center where it’s protected from the elements while still outputting sound through a speaker in the end of the device. Special inserts accommodate the different sizes of iPods, and a cap protects the speaker when not in use and can be mounted on the bottom of the cylinder during playback.

The speaker/dock also includes a disc-shaped wireless remote control that fits into the other end of the cylinder when not being used, to easily manage playback while riding. Both the iPod bike speaker and remote control …