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Before all of September's iPod and Zune hoopla devoured my attention, I was
in the middle of telling you folks
about the Altec Lansing inMotion Classic speaker dock. Now that the dust has settled, we've posted a full CNET review of the Classic, along with the customary
First Look video
and photo gallery.
If the thought of clicking over to the full review just seems like way too much trouble, then let's just cut to the chase. For the $130-ish dollars you'll spend on this iPod- and iPhone-compatible portable speaker, the inMotion Classic packs a surprisingly big sound into a striking, compact design. Sound-wise, it's not going to stand up to the inMotion Mix or the $600
Bose SoundDock 10
, but as an affordable, portable, rechargeable iPod speaker, it rules.
Read the full review of the Altec Lansing inMotion Classic