Conclusion: The Altec Lansing inMotion Air iMW725 isn't a portable iPod dock, but it will wirelessly stream quality audio from Bluetooth enabled devices or your computer.
Pros: Streams music from source via either USB dongle or Bluetooth. Remote controls iTunes and paired Bluetooth devices. Susbtantial low-end for a portable unit. Overall sound quality is above average.
Cons: Despite solid audio quality, the unit distorts at high volumes. No physical iPod dock connection.
Excerpt: (1 items) Altec Lansing’s inMotion Air is a compact Bluetooth speaker system that works well with Macs and iOS devices alike. The inMotion Air is full of angles: The unit itself leans back, the speaker drivers seem to lean back into the unit, the on-board controls sit on a superfluously angled edge, and even the system’s wireless remote control and USB dongle sport dramatically decorative angles.
Excerpt: We live in an age where a simple app is an easy victory for any marketing team, but beyond the hype, do we actually needs apps to control our gadgets? Noted US-based audio brand Altec Lansing think not, and on its new inMotion Air product has eschewed the whole idea of a custom-made app.