Sony Introduces Lots Of IPod/iPhone Docks

Posted: Sep 19 2008, 10:56am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:40am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Sony has introduced new alarm clocks that offer support for the iPod and iPhone from Apple. The new clocks include the CD clock radio ICF-CD3iP, a table top HD Radio with iTunes tagging XDR-S10HDiP, and a docking speaker SRS0GU10iP. All of the new devices are Made for iPod and Works with iPhone certified.

The ICF-CD3iP can wake you to CD or tracks from your iPod and includes a remote control. Sony's XDR-S10HDiP has a HD Tuner built-in and offers the ability to tag songs from the radio for purchase on your iPod later.

The SRS-GU10iP charges the iPod and can be run on batteries for music on the go. Sony also introduced a portable speaker dock called the ZS-S4iP that will retail for $100 in October. The ICF-CD3iP will also sell for $100, the XDR-S10HDiP will retail for $180, and the SRS GU10iP will go for $150.

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