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Altec Lansing debuts inMotion Classic speaker


Altec Lansing has unveiled its new inMotion Classic portable speaker system for the iPod and iPhone. Based on the company’s prior iM600 system, the inMotion Classic features a rechargeable battery, a slim design with fold-out handle that also serves as a kickstand and battery power control, a digital FM radio, proprietary Audio Alignment balancing for optimum sound, a full-featured remote with navigation controls, a high-contrast LCD for track, artist, album, and station display, a built-in Dock, an auxiliary input, a cubby for storing the remote when not in use, and Works With iPhone certification. Altec’s inMotion Classic will be available later this month and will sell for $150.

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