Another iPod cube tries to play all the angles

Several features in a frame under 6 inches.

SlashGear

Like it or not, the cubist period may be here to stay for music devices, at least in the U.K. That's where Logic3 is continuing the angular trend by introducing its "JiveBox," an all-in-one device for the iPod that manages to pack several components and patented technologies into its compact frame of less than 6 inches cubed.

It's no cheapo speaker dock, SlashGear notes, retailing for more than $300. But you do get an LED bar that lights up in different colors on the outside of the case--which, it seems, may be a requirement.

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