Media system lets you eat what you want

Multimedia package is designed for the kitchen

iLounge

With so many iPod accessories geared toward fitness activities , we appreciate that someone is catering to our lifestyle as well--in the kitchen. The DCD 778 "Docking Entertainment System" from Philips is a compact multimedia system designed to mount under a cabinet alongside the microwave and other appliances.

Kitchen systems are nothing new , but this one packs in a lot more than the usual combo. iLounge says this all-in-one package has a TV with an 8.5-inch wide LCD and can play DVDs, CDs and AM/FM radio and, of course, iPod tunes with two 2-inch speakers. And even though it costs $400, you'll make that up in a hurry when you consider all the price-gouging snack counters you'll avoid at the movie theater.

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