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Bose SoundDock Portable packs lithium-ion battery, more


Bose has revealed its new SoundDock Portable iPod speaker system, a battery-powered take on the company’s popular SoundDock. The SoundDock Portable, which appeared on Gizmodo earlier today, features a retractable Dock, auxiliary input, a redesigned remote, and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. According to reports, the system will run off the battery for three hours at full volume, or “much longer” at reduced settings. The system measures 6.75 inches tall, 12 inches wide, and just over 4 inches deep, and weighs just under 5 pounds. The Bose SoundDock Portable will be available at the end of September and is priced at $400.

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$400 is ridiculous…Why spend that much money when you can buy and mm50 or im600 for a third of the price and has more features!

Posted by ajmiarka on August 29, 2007 at 12:02 PM (CDT)


I won’t but the new bose sounddock if it is $400. I will just wait the price of the older model to drop significantly. The older model is fine even without the new features added on the new one. I don’t mind if it doesn’t have that rechargeable battery built-in and I don’t want the auxiliary input as well.

Posted by Ekiebana on August 29, 2007 at 3:46 PM (CDT)

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