Speaker system follows the Zune 2.0 hype

Altec Lansing's inMotion model is the Zune's version of iPod dock.

Altec Lansing

It's easy to forget sometimes that some media players are actually made by companies other than Apple. And some might say that Microsoft and the Zune have had something to do with that perception.

But proving that the player is in fact a reality, other companies are making accessories to piggyback on the marketing of Zune's 2.0 version released last week. Altec Lansing, for example, just announced the "inMotion iM414," the Zune version of iPod speaker systems from the same line.

The system has yet to hit the market, but Best Buy has it listed for $100 with features that include 3.2-watt speakers with 2-inch neodymium drivers. And remember, if it's friends you're looking for, there's always the dashboard dock."

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