Summary: Love this product. I had them before and someone took them at work. So since I loved them so much I bought again but this time at much better price. Great travel speakers since they are compact. Good sound quality too...
Summary: I purchased this on the recommendation of a friend. It work great with my ipod, with good quality sound. It does not work with fully with my iphone. The unit plays but does not charge the battery at the same time. It's quite limited.
Summary: These Altec inMotion speakers work well as portable iPod speakers - as long as you don't expect fantastic sound. The unit folds flat into a 8" by 5" rectangle, only 1" thick. When folded down, the speakers are completely protected, although the iPod port remains exposed. Best of all, the unit doubles as a dock since it charges your iPod when plugged in, either with the speakers in position or folded flat.
Summary: Great sound from a tiny package- not tinny like a lot of small speakers. Very portable. No problems with connectivity/sync to a third generation iPod (which wasn't the case with a lot of other speaker docks). No remote, but not a concern for my wife and myself. The price from office depot (through amazon) was $30 (may have been clearing out older model). This was 1/3 to 1/4 the price for comparable, nondiscounted products.
Summary: This is an outstanding product. It has great sound, good bass, and can be turned up LOUD. It is also compact, light, folds up, and comes with different AC adapters so it can be used in multiple countries. And at just thirty dollars the product has great value. Overall this product is perfect for listening to your iPod outloud at a great, affordable price.
Summary: I saw this for $29.99 down from $150 and thought what's the catch? Is this thing actually going to work? I've wanted something like this for some time but didn't feel like paying a lot of money. I have a 30G Video Ipod, but this thing fits all sizes. I figured $29.99 + $6 I'm going to take a chance. I received it the other day in the mail and I haven't turned it off since. I have an office probably 12x12 and needed something to play the Ipod while I do my work.
Summary: We bought the Logitech mm50 a while back for playing/charging our iPods. It works nicely, but recently a friend brought the Altec Lansing inMotion Plus and we did a side by side blind taste test. The Altec Lansing won by a good deal on sound quality -- richer and more able to fill a room with sound without sounding tinny. The Logitech sounds muddy and harsh at higher volumes, even with/without it's "bass booster" setting.