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Altec Lansing offers nano adapter for inMotion systems

Altec Lansing is now offering an iPod nano adapter for its line of inMotion portable speaker systems. Owners of the inMotion iM7, iM5, iM3 or iMplus can order their free adapter from the company’s website. The $3 shipping and handling fee is waived through February 28, 2006. We reported last week that Bose is now shipping its own nano adapter for its SoundDock speaker system.

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