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Meizu preps mDock speakers for M6 players

updated 03:40 pm EDT, Tue August 14, 2007

Meizu mDock

Chinese jukebox designer Meizu today capitalized on its recent success in music by revealing the mDock, its first dedicated speaker accessory. The design is based on Fiio's PS1120 and is built for the M6 Mini Player. Like docks for the iPod or Zune, charges the device as well as pumping out stereo sound. Audio is controlled through top-mounted buttons, but whether or not a wireless remote is an option has not been announced.

Meizu has not listed a final price for the mDock but hopes to release its version of the speaker dock in September and will soon support other Meizu players that share the same dock connector, including the nano-like M3 Music Card. Releases outside of China are probable and may match Fiio's $40 price.

by MacNN Staff




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