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The iHome iDM8 is distinctly designed, affordably priced, compact Bluetooth speaker.
iHome's upcoming iDM5 is an "executive space saver" that has a built-in Bluetooth keyboard, speakers, and speakerphone. It works with the iPad and Android tablets.
iHome's upcoming pedestal-style Bluetooth speaker has 16 multicolor LED clusters that create "exciting light effects."
"The size of the worldwide Android audience and lack of current speaker options gives us a significant opportunity to introduce our products to a new group of consumers," says Evan Stein, iHome's director of marketing.
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.
iHome's followup to its iW1 AirPlay speaker is about 25 percent smaller and $100 less.