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Belkin unveils new TuneBase FM devices

updated 12:45 pm EST, Thu January 5, 2006

New Belkin TuneBases

today introduced two new TuneBase FM devices for Apple's iPod that power, charge, and allow users to listen to music simultaneously via a swivelling cradle. The TuneBases connect through any cigarette-lighter port, and transmit audio wirelessly on multiple FM channels from 88.1MHz-107.9MHz while utilizing the iPod's LCD for tuning. Both feature programmable memory slots to toggle between four channels. The TuneBase FM also ships with interchangeable trays for each iPod model, making it compatible with all iPods except the Shuffle. The TuneBase FM for iPod nano is specifically designed with a smaller form-factor to match the Nano's small, sleek design. TuneBase FM for iPod and TuneBase FM for iPod nano are both priced at $80. Both models are expected to ship in North America this month

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