XtremeMac upgrades Luna iPod alarm clock to X2

Outlining the details of the Luna X2, the new iPod alarm clock from XtremeMac.


Not content with the generally good marks it received for its first-gen Luna iPod clock radio, XtremeMac is back with the 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.

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