Newegg‘s got a killer deal on the iHome iP39SZC Kitchen Time & FM Alark Clock Radio for iPod/iPhone, offering up the product at a full 50% off the standard price. So you end up getting it for $50, rather than $100. Deals like this one are rare, so we wanted to let you guys know about this one right away. The iP39SZC is easy-to-clean, has an alarm mode, charges your iOS device, and has a huge backlit display. It’s sleek and compact, and is an overall nice unit to have in the kitchen if you own an Apple portable product. Check out the iHome iP39SZC on Newegg for the full scoop.
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If you are going to buy toys for your little nippers anyway, wouldn’t it be nice not to have to worry about batteries? The UK based Ecotronic has developed a linethat you shake or wind up to create its own energy by dynamo technology. The company has a myriad of products, including eco flashlights, microphone, a robot, radios and a rocket. The toys range in price from $9.99 to $29.99 at International Playthings.
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Everyone loves iPod speakers. At least that’s what I’m thinking, after taking a look at the market. Jensen’s newest offerings, the JiSS 550 and JiSS 330, retailing for $129 and $99 respectively. Both docks include side flow bass ports for crisper sound and remote controls, and both are available now.
Another, newer offering from Jensen is an HD radio enabled iPod speaker. Along with all of the rest of the cool tricks that HD radio receivers have (FM multicasting, digital sound and station information services, among others), Jensen’s newest HD offering features an iTunes tagging function - when you hear a song on the radio that you know you’re going to want to hear again, repeatedly and whenever you want, with the touch of a button you can send the song information to your iPod. On your next sync, you’ll get a prompt from iTunes reminding you that you wanted to buy the song.
Available in April, MSRP on the HD radio iPod speaker will be coming in at an estimated $179, but rumor has it that if you head over to Target when the speaker is released, you could save yourself enough to buy a couple of albums worth of songs you tagged on the unit.
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