Sony TRiK IPod Dock Speaker System Unveiled At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 7 2010, 7:05am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:44pm CDT, in News | CES


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Sony unveiled the funky TRiK iPod Dock Speaker system at the CES 2010.
Great for the music enthusiast who wants outstanding sound to fit their personal style, the Sony TRiK iPod Dock Speaker System offers a rich audio experience in a fully customizable, compact design.

The Sony TRiK iPod Dock Speaker System is designed to play your favorite tracks stored on a compatible iPhone or iPod MP3 player. This speaker system delivers high-performance sound with 75W of total output and includes an aux-in jack for use with other MP3 players, such as Walkman, or for plugging right into your PC. The stylish speaker system also charges your iPod or iPhone while it’s docked and includes a wireless remote.

Further, the Sony TRiK can be customized with four included graphic skins. Select your favorite design or explore other graphic options using Sony’s partnership with SkinIt for TRiK allows you to explore hundreds of graphic options that fit your style.
The Sony TRiK will be available for about $130 and is available starting in April.

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