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FCC approves iPod bike speaker

updated 10:00 am EST, Fri February 9, 2007

iPod bike speaker

iHome has announced that its new iH85 iHome2Go speaker system for iPod was approved by the FCC. A clamp mounts the speaker to a bicycle, enabling users to control the device by a puck-like remote with play, pause, volume and track skip commands. The remote fastens to a bicycle's handlebar, and three different inserts make the speaker compatible with fourth- and fifth-generation iPods, as well as iPod minis and iPod nanos. Pricing and release information has yet to be announced, according to Mobile Whack.

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