Since it uses Bluetooth for wireless audio streaming, you can use the Mo'Beats with any Bluetooth-enabled tablet, smartphone, or laptop, though it's more ideally suited for tablets. It has a built-in rechargeable battery for mobile use and there's an auxiliary input to connect non Bluetooth-enabled devices.
iLuv's highlighting the product's "cradle" design, which allows for either landscape or portrait viewing "while accommodating most cases." Naturally, iLuv says the speakers produce excellent sound for its size and slim form factor.
While the company says the iSP245 will have a street price of $89.99, I did see it on Amazon for closer to $75. As soon as I get my hands on one, I'll let you know how it really sounds.