The flying wedge targets the iPod

Another conquest for the Stealth bomber design trend.

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After having conquered TVs , projectors , and even mice , the Stealth invasion now has its sights on the iPod. A new Kenwood stereo dock headed for the Japanese market bears the unmistakeable flying-wedge design, but its sound doesn't exactly match the menacing appearance--its speakers put out only 1.9 watts, according to Akihabara News. With that kind of audio, you might as well get a wooden cube and save some money.

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