iHome introduces portable iPod/iPhone clock radio, the iP49

The first portable model in iHome's Studio Series line will hit stores in early spring 2010 with a list price of $169.

iHome's iP49 will hit stores in early spring with a list price of $169. iHome

Last year, iHome came out with a higher-end iPod/iPhone audio system called the iP1 as part of its new Studio Series line. That compact system had an arresting design and good sound. Now the company is expanding the line with the more affordable iP2 ($199) as well as a portable unit, the iP49 Rechargeable Audio System with Alarm Clock & FM Radio for iPhone/iPod.

Like the iP1 and iP2, the iP49 is equipped with the patented Bongiovi Acoustics DPS technology that the company describes as a "complex, chip-based algorithm, custom-tuned to each and every product to maximize performance and provide studio quality sound, the way the artist intended it to be heard."

The iP49 will be released in early spring 2010 with a list price of $169.

The iP49 folds flat and has a rechargeable battery. iHome


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