Summary: In the $129 Moondance Glow, Altec Lansing offers up an interesting take on an iPod alarm clock. The Moondance Glow’s ease of use could be improved somewhat, but its fun extras—such as its ambient lighting—put it above competitors such as the iLuv iMM173. Add to that good sound quality and an interesting design, and the Moondance Glow makes for a decent choice.
Pros: Easy-to-use touch controls, Good sound quality, Display shows song information,
Excerpt: (1 items) You wouldn’t necessarily think of the alarm clock as a technology category desperately in need of sexing up, but Altec Lansing would beg to differ. The company’s new Moondance Glow incorporates quality audio performance into a bedside unit that features sleek lines, touch-sensitive controls, and more. But while the unit comes with a hefty helping of features, it’s not without its share of quirks.
Pros: Attractive appearance, Additional snooze remote, Good audio performance, Solid FM reception, Many options for display and alarms
Cons: Some features are only accessible from the remote control, Touch-sensitive controls are hard to use, but easy to trigger by accident