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iHome's new rotating iPod alarm clock

updated 02:30 pm EDT, Tue August 12, 2008

iHome releases iH41

iHome has released a new iPod docking alarm clock, the iH41. The new clock is designed specifically for the iPod touch and looks to take advantage of some of the Touch's specific features. The iH41 features an L-shaped design that can easily switch orientation to allow users to watch wide screen video or use cover flow while the iPod is docked and charging. When rotated, the digital clock display also rotates to complement the position of the device.

The iH41 is compatible with most docking iPod models and is capable of charging and playing the iPods while they are securely docked into the base. It also features an EXB Expanded Bass and Reson8 speaker chamber that delivers clarity, depth and power to a users music. Included with the clock is a remote that can control the functions of both tie iPod and the Clock.

The iH41 is currently available for $80.









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  1. MatildeMatilde

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    Great idea

    However, I have found that iHome products typically do not feature support for 24-hour time display, which is a shame.I wish alarm clock manufacturers would post a sample of what the alarm sounds like. I won't buy an alarm clock without hearing the alarm first. I would be interested to hear what the this one sounds like. Buzz or beep?

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