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Philips' new AJ300D dock radio

updated 11:35 am EDT, Fri May 18, 2007

Philips AJ300D dock radio

Philips' most recent contribution to the iPod realm is the AJ300D, a new dock that meshes with a clock and AM/FM radio. Its compact yet monolithic shape contains 6W speakers, and it also relies on Panasonic's "wOOx" technology, which is said to improve the depth and power of bass. Owners can wake up to either radio or an MP3 player; it is designed mainly for any iPod except the shuffle, but it also fits players in Philips' Go Gear line. Other audio sources can be heard through an auxiliary input. The remote is also noteworthy, since it has five buttons which let listeners jump straight to a particular radio station. The dock can be bought for approximately $80. [via SCI FI Tech]



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  1. jvoskuil

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    Monolithic?

    Monolithic? Funny, it doesn't look like it's "formed of a single large block of stone."

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