Excerpt: For those of us who have spent any time traveling on business trips, entertainment is a must. Anything we can take with us to make the trip as pleasant as possible is welcome, so long as it can fit into the overnight/laptop/carryon bag. It used to be that your choices were as simple as a portable cassette player and a book, but more recently, these choices have expanded to include MP3 players, PDAs, CD players and DVD players.
Excerpt: The Altec Lansing inMotion iM4 extends the company's popular inMotion line of iPod-compatible speakers to other types of portable music devices, including notebook computers. At 5.5 by 10 by 1 inches, the iM4 is a lot bigger than an iPod, but it can pump out 92 dB at 12 inches—about as loud as a blender—and produce spacious, surprisingly realistic sound from 150 Hz through 12 kHz. That's nearly an octave more than last year's pricier inMotion iM3.
Excerpt: (1 items) Altec Lansing's $180 inMotion iM3 is one of our favorite portable speaker systems for the iPod due to it's impressive combination of small size, good sound quality, and useful features. However, for many consumers -- especially those who don't care about advanced features -- $180 is a high price to pay for what is essentially just a way to listen to your iPod on the go, so competing products for $100 or less have been selling well.
Excerpt: Wie beschikt over een MP3 speler, PSP of ander multimedia device zal zeker af en toe behoefte hebben aan wat extra speakers. Zeker als je bijvoorbeeld op vakantie gaat of even in de schuur of garage werkt. De Altec Lansing inMotion iM4 is hier ideaal voor en past het beste qua design bij een zwarte iPod Video maar werkt ook perfect met elk ander device met een 3.5mm aansluiting.