Excerpt: Updated: Due to the age of this dock at the time it was sent to us for coverage, we have opted not to rate or fully review it. The iMM747 is a decent speaker system with an MSRP that’s $30-$50 above its actual value, with relatively weak low-end performance and a physical design that doesn’t do a great job of accommodating encased iPads.
Conclusion: Overall it can’t be faulted as a quick and easy way to get sound out of your iPad or iPhone and at Â£60 it’s definitely seated on the low-end of the market and doesn’t particularly punch above its weight, but it’s affordable and gets the job done. The biggest shortfall is the lack of remote, which limits the rooms it can be used effectively in. However, if you actually use playlists (unlike me) then you may not see this as a problem.
Excerpt: First it was the iPod, then it was the iPhone, and now it's the iPad that all manufacturers of Apple peripherals will be trying to bring to their particular party. American company iLuv is one of the first out of the blocks, with the iMM747 making room on its dock for the new 10in-tall must-have on everyone's wishlist. But don't be perturbed if you're still more than happy with your iPhone or iPod of choice – this is fully compatible with all those, too.
Pros: iPod, iPhone and iPad support, sync directly to iTunes on a PC or Mac, sounds OK with simple recordings