iHome on the Move at CES 2009 with New Portable Speaker Systems for iPhone & iPod Users





Tuesday January 06, 2009


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iHome on the Move at CES 2009 with New Portable Speaker Systems for iPhone & iPod Users

2009 International CES

RAHWAY, N.J.--If you are like most iPhone and iPod users, you’d rather stay home than travel without your beloved device. iHome, a leading provider of innovative iPod & iPhone speaker solutions, completely understands that passion and is introducing a new line of portable speaker solutions at CES 2009 to keep those on the go, on-time and in-tune.

iHome’s new portable speakers will be on display during CES 2009 in the North Hall, booth #N245, and will include:

  • iP29 Portable Speaker Case for iPhone/iPod: hanging out at school, traveling for work, or just watching the kids in the backyard, the iP29 is a great way to listen to your music out loud and in style. Housed in a fabric wrapped protective shell, you can enjoy and charge your iPod or iPhone, then protect the unit for travel and portability...

  • iP49 Portable Rechargeable Audio System with Alarm Clock & FM Radio for iPhone/iPod: features all the high-end clock radio functions found in an iHome home unit, presented in a sleek and portable design with a rechargeable lithium ion battery. Featuring the Bongiovi Acoustics’ patented Digital Power Station (DPS) technology and four neodymium compression drivers, consumers will hear their music the way the artists played it. Add EQ for deep bass and audio performance, a fully functioning remote control that handles the menu functions on both iPod and iPhone models and you have the perfect on the go stereo sound system for iPod and iPhone

  • iHMP5 2 in 1 Portable Stereo Speaker/Headphone System: a completely unique, all-in-one headphone/speaker set that lets users listen in private or go full speaker mode and share with friends. Compatible with iPod, computers, cell phones and a host of other audio devices, the iHMP5’s secret lies in a magnetic proximity switch which activates the power amplifier and kicks the music up to room volume.

“We are truly excited about the potential of our 2009 portable products as they represent a great mix of design and sound innovation,” said Evan Stein, vice president of Marketing, iHome. “Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or just spending the day outside, these portable speaker systems provide a tremendous amount of functionality and accessibility.”

Other new iHome portable audio units on display at this year’s CES include the iH16, iH24 and iHM77. For more information on iHome’s product line, please visit www.ihomeaudio.com.

About iHome

iHome was established in 2005 as a division of SDI Technologies to develop and market iPod electronics. The first iHome product introduced, the iPod Clock Radio, was an unqualified success that became the top-selling iPod accessory for the year, and firmly established iHome as the premier brand in the iPod electronics market. Since then, iHome has been at the forefront of design with a growing lineup of award-winning iPod-compatible audio products that includes portable and home speaker systems, as well as new lines of mobile phone and computer speakers.

Acknowledged for its innovative features, unique designs, and advanced technology, iHome has already garnered several prestigious industry awards and recently expanded its offerings via licensing agreements with Microsoft, SanDisk and Bluetooth to develop audio electronics for their respective media devices and technologies.

iHome supports its franchise with national print, broadcast and online advertising campaigns, and the company’s products can be found worldwide in over 50 countries or on the web at www.ihomeaudio.com.





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