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New module adds FM transmitter to myPower for iPod

updated 03:20 pm EST, Thu March 24, 2005

myPower FM for iPod

Tekkeon today announced , a mobile FM transmitter for the iPod that adds an FM transmitter feature to the company's myPower for rechargeable battery/portable dock. myPower FM simply snaps on to myPower to provide a 32 hour battery, portable dock, and FM transmitter in one. The tiny new module snaps on to myPower for iPod to let iPod users play iPod music on any FM radio. myPower FM is powered by myPower, so it doesn't drain the iPod's battery. To use myPower FM, iPod users simply press the one-touch channel tuner to choose from seven FM frequencies (87.7-88.9MHz). When the same channel is selected on an FM radio or stereo within 15 feet of myPower FM, the music on the iPod can be played on the stereo via the wireless interface. LEDs on the front of myPower provide a visual indication of the selected channel. The suggested retail price for myPower FM is $35.




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