Because it's so cheap and provides a better-than-expected sound, the $15 iLuv iSP110 is great for ultraportable music scenarios where anything powered or heavy just isn't practical.
While iLuv ReF headphone has a lot of pluses, including a sturdy, comfortable design, strong bass, and an Apple-friendly inline remote/microphone, it falls short in the clarity department.
For around $7, the iLuv City Lights are well-designed budget earphones, but they push the bass a little too hard at the expense of clarity.
Beyond its iPad compatibility, the iLuv iMM747 doesn't offer much in the face of similarly priced wired and wireless systems.
The iLuv iSP245 Mo'Beats Bluetooth mobile speaker stand boosts the volume of your iPad audio, but it doesn't sound as good as it looks.
The iLuv iMM173 is one of the better iPhone-compatible alarm clocks we've tested, and the extra built-in dock makes it a great choice for couples.
The iLuv iEP515 earphones provide an inexpensive way to listen to and control music on your iPod, but fit and sound quality are not great.
If you don't mind its bulk and the tablet form, the jWin iLuv i1055 is a decent combo device for playing DVDs or iPod videos while you're on the go.
The impressive iLuv i199 provides a dizzying array of features--including iPod compatibility, CD player, AM/FM clock radio--you'll be hard-pressed to find on any other tabletop audio systems at this price.
If you're desperate to attach a keyboard to your iPad case you might be intrigued by iLuv's iCK826 Professional Case with Detachable Bluetooth Keyboard, but the case's lack of flexibility and slightly uncomfortable keyboard make it less desirable for business use.