Avoid the iSP5 SmartPlug if you're an Android user. For iOS, it's worth considering given the HomeKit compatibility and relatively low cost, but if you want to start building a larger smart home, I'd wait for a more robust HomeKit option as at least two will hit retailers by the end of 2015.
The iHome iDM8 is a good portable Bluetooth speaker for the money; we just like its step-up brother, the DM11, a little better.
The iHome iDM11 doesn't sound quite as good as the Jawbone Jambox, but it's a better value at less than $70.
Though we wished it sounded a little better for the money, the iHome iA100 is a full-featured tabletop stereo system with a built-in Bluetooth speakerphone functionality and iPad charging/docking.
The iHome iSP5 SmartPlug can give Siri control over formerly dumb electronics.
The iP49 makes for a decent home iPod/iPhone audio system that easily converts into a portable system for travel.
With the iP90, iHome has slightly improved the design and audio quality of its classic iPod-iPhone clock radio for 2010.
The iHome iP1 may not sound great with all types of music, but this striking iPod/iPhone speaker system will appeal to listeners who gravitate toward pop, hip-hop, rock, and electronica.
Despite some quirks, the iHome iB969 charging station is a decent option for those looking to charge multiple USB-powered devices at once with minimal cord clutter.
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