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Sony intros CF-CL75iP clock radio for iPod, iPhone


Sony has introduced its new CF-CL75iP Multi-function AM/FM Clock Radio for the iPod and iPhone. Featuring a 7-inch LCD screen for viewing photos and movies, the CF-CL75iP also features a retractable dock, a digital AM/FM radio, 2-, 5-, and 7-day alarms, a choice between waking to nature sounds, the connected iPod or iPhone, 1GB of built-in memory plus inputs for MemoryStick, USB drives, and SD cards for photo storage, and more. Sony’s CF-CL75iP Clock Radio for the iPod and iPhone is available for pre-order now from Sony Style Canada and is expected to ship on October 1 for CA $200, or roughly $181. [via Engadget]

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Interesting that the product page seems to indicate non-compliance with iPhone 3GS.

Posted by Hot Karl on September 3, 2009 at 12:54 PM (CDT)


How so?  It has the ‘works with iPhone’ logo in plain sight.  The eyes are a valuable tool, you just have to use them ;)

Posted by benjitek on September 3, 2009 at 4:05 PM (CDT)


wow!!  finally a viewer type device that lets people with newer ipods and itouch/ipod phones watch movies on a bigger screen….

something we haven’t seen since 5.5 gen!  Way to be forward thinking!  Hopefully this is only the first of its kind.. and before you know it, they will be caugght back up to where they were 3 years ago. (before apple, in a selfish move, required a special chip in 3rd party players for the classics to be viewed on larger screens)

Posted by crash613 on September 3, 2009 at 9:51 PM (CDT)


Why can’t they make a dock that doesn’t require you to remove your case from the iPhone when docking?

Posted by Randy on September 4, 2009 at 6:30 AM (CDT)



My reference was to iPhone 3GS not being referenced on the compatability listing.  All other iPhone models are listed (including 3G).  As you know, certain accessories which “fit” iPhone and iPhone 3G still cause the interference and incompatibility prompt to come up on iPhone 3GS.  This prompt comes up in plain sight.

Posted by Hot Karl on September 4, 2009 at 10:50 AM (CDT)

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