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Boynq WakeUp docks iPods in unusual form

updated 01:25 pm EDT, Fri October 26, 2007

Boynq WakeUp iPod clock

Sound specialist Boynq has announced a new iPod clock stereo with an unusual design. The speakers of the WakeUp actually rest on a corner, the main anchorage of the clock being a three-panel "wall," with each panel containing an LCD displaying time, input channels or the FM radio station in a white tint. The clock can be adjusted through buttons on the side of each panel, or else through an included remote control; bass and treble equalizers are built in, and the satellites put out 10W of RMS power per speaker. iPods are docked on top of one of the panels, which fits Minis, standard 4G, 5G and Classic iPods, all generations of the Nano, and the iPhone as well as the iPod touch.

Devices can be charged and synched at the same time, and other audio sources are supported via line-in. No prices or release dates are currently published, but black and white models will be available. [via The Red Ferret Journal]



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