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iHome outs iP39 iPod dock for the kitchen

updated 05:45 pm EDT, Tue June 1, 2010

iHome outs iPod/iPhone dock for the kitchen

iHome on Tuesday shipped its iP39 dock for iPods and iPhones for the kitchen. It features a stainless steel finish to match other kitchenwares, and has two built-in cooking timers along with a retractable docking station. There is also an easy-wipe control panel and a magnetic remote control that can sit on the fridge door.

The iP39 has an alarm that helps users keep appointments and dates. It keeps up with most iPod-capable clock radios and can play back either the Apple device's music, content from an FM radio station or a buzzer. iHome is selling the dock for $100.





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  1. Aeolius

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    Ummmm

    Let me get this straight. It is designed in stainless steel "to match other kitchenwares", yet it has a magnetic remote control "that can sit on the fridge door". That fridge, which is made of stainless steel, is nonmagnetic.

  1. macnscott

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    Hey Aeolius...

    You must have slept a bunch during chemistry class. Stainless steel by definition contains more than 50 percent Iron. Magnets stick just fine to the front of a stainless steel refrigerator.

  1. Aeolius

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Tried it?

    Odd. I've never seen a magnet stick to a stainless steel fridge before. Perhaps the metal facade uses a different composition?

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