Altec Lansing intros inMotion iMT630 Classic iPhone and iPod dock

Another sound solution for your iPhone or  iPod is coming from Altec Lansing, called inMotion iMT630 Classic, this portable speaker dock system is equipped with two 2 -inch neodymium drivers which promise clear and accurate sound even at maximum volume,  and a rechargeable Li-Ion battery, giving up to 7 hours of play time.

The portable system measures 310 mm (W) x 35 mm (D) x 135 mm (H), weighs 425 grams and is available in two variants – iMT630 Classic in black, and iMT630 Sport that is available in red or teal. The system also has auxiliary input jack for other audio devices and comes with wireless remote control that can be stored at the back of the dock in own magnetic space.

Altec Lansing also offers free Music Mood and Alarm Rock iOS apps, allowing you to customize your sound and to choose to wake up with your favorite songs. The new dock system is now available for $149.95.

Altec Lansing inMotion iMT630 Classic iPhone and iPod dock

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