Altec Lansing turns your iPhone into a home audio system with the T612
Not content with bombarding us with iPod sound systems, third-party producers are now doing the same for the iPhone – which includes the Altec Lansing T612.
And it’s just like the iPod systems, but with a few added bits and pieces. For example, if a call comes in while music is playing, music stops so you can take the call. Once re-docked, the music continues from the same place. Sound-wise, there’s neodymium speakers and XdB bass-enhancement technology for quality with a rich bass. And if you have a latter-day iPod, you can play that in the system too.
Controlled by wireless remote and available from spring, it should sell for £139.
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