Not content with the generally good marks it received for its first-gen Luna X2. Boasting two separately programmable iPod alarms and a slew of customizable options such as volume control and play duration, the X2 can tailor to almost any specific wake-up preference. Also included in the package is an eight preset AM/FM tuner, remote, an adjustable brightness LCD display, and an auxiliary port for connecting other audio devices. The X2 is compatible with all of the new iPods including every previous model with a dock connector. The Luna X2 will retail for $120 and will be available at retailers nationwide in the coming weeks.iPod clock radio, XtremeMac is back with the
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