We took an early peek at iHome’s lineup in its off-Pavilion meeting room yesterday, including looks at the following new alarm clocks and speakers.

CES 2010: iHome and Digital Experience

iA5: The company’s first app-integrated clock radio, with a single driver, clock, and integrated alarm, all controllable via a very slick application that will work across future iHome iA-series devices.

CES 2010: iHome and Digital Experience

iA100: An impressively designed speakerphone-slash-clock radio with app integration, Bongiovi Acoustics, and a fresh cabinet design.

iH22: A budget clock radio with a great, colorful design.

CES 2010: iHome and Digital Experience

iH150: An updated version of the iH15 color changing stereo, moving the central driver in front to the back, and placing a clock in the center.

iP2: The iHome iP2 stacks .75” and 3” drivers on top of each other to conserve space while preserving the black and clear plastic design of the award-winning iP1. 


CES 2010: iHome and Digital Experience

iP46: A challenger to the Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere 2, with a similar four-driver design at a lower price point.


CES 2010: iHome and Digital Experience

iP49: iHome’s first Bongiovi Acoustics-based portable unit has a very cool fold-down design.

iP51: An upgraded version of the earlier iH51 three-speaker audio system with separate dock, now with iPhone support.

iP90: A redesigned version of the company’s flagship iH9/iP9 clock radios, featuring softer curves, a dial-less top, and a nice central screen.

Additional models can be seen in our Flickr Gallery.

The Digital Experience event at the Las Vegas Mirage hotel included the first public showings of a number of new iPod and iPhone accessories, such as:

Griffin: Griffin has made small but noteworthy changes to its TuneFlex and RoadTrip car audio-charging-mounting kits, enabling them to provide more device support and also hold iPods/iPhones inside cases.


CES 2010: iHome and Digital Experience

Memorex: Memorex debuted twin easy-carry boomboxes, one with two drivers and a small body, the other with four drivers and a CD player in the top, as well as two stylish new alarm clocks with iPod/iPhone docks mounted nearly flush with the tops of the systems. 

Mophie: Mophie was showing a new color of its old Juice Pack Air, as well as a similar looking battery and app bundle enabling reception of FLO TV. 

Philips: Philips was showing only a couple of speakers at Digital Experience, only one of which – bright lamp, clock radio, and audio system with an integrated dock called the Wake-Up Light – was really interesting. 

PowerMat: PowerMat showed a smaller version of its inductive charging system, as well as a bundle of the charger with an iPhone case. 


CES 2010: iHome and Digital Experience

Speck: Speck showed a number of its artist-designed Fitted cases, as well as some beautiful show-only customized versions of its CandyShell, SeeThru Satin, and other designs.

XtremeMac: Debuted a collection of new cases and InCharge series power accessories, including a new battery and charger, battery case, and much more.

Photos from all of these companies and many more can be seen in our 2010 CES Flickr photostream.

Jeremy Horwitz

Jeremy Horwitz was the Editor-in-Chief at iLounge. He has written over 5,000 articles and reviews for the website and is one of the most respected members of the Apple media. Horwitz has been following Apple since the release of the original iPod in 2001. He was one of the first reviewers to receive a pre-release unit of the device, and his review helped put iLounge on the map as a go-to source for Apple news.