Excerpt: (1 items) Besides the $130 inMotion iMmini, which works only with the now-discontinued iPod mini, the $150 inMotion iM5 is the least expensive of Altec Lansing's iPod-dock portable speaker systems. And it has the potential to be an appealing "lower-end" entry in the inMotion line, thanks to a compact, sturdy design; good battery life; and decent sound for its size.
Summary: The iM5 is a decent unit and its extra outputs are a nice touch. But the lack of an included remote and better sounding units for similar or lower prices means it wouldn’t hurt looking elsewhere.
Pros: Portable and Compact, Loud Volume Levels, Inputs Include Sub Out and Composite, Syncs and Charges iPod when docked
Cons: Lacks a little bass and low end, Can’t control volume on the iPod itself, Volume buttons require a firm press, No Remote Control included, Power doesn’t switch off iPod