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iHome iP39


$76.65 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can set two separate simultaneous timers. Small footprint fits into small spaces. Speakers are built in, no separate units to take up space.

The Cons:Remote's signal is horrible, must point directly at the radio. No AM/FM presets. AUX port is picky about cables, need to experiment to find one that doesn't put lots of static in the signal.

The iHome iP39 is a docking station that has been designed to be used in a household environment as it's portable and is equipped with a few unique features. Along with being a docking station for an Apple device or any portable media player that's compatible, the product sports an alarm clock for those who have trouble waking up.

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It also features a Dual Bake timer that's ideal for the kitchen, making it a unique device that adds music and entertainment to any household chore or activity.

Features

  • Docking station for household use
  • Dual Bake timer
  • Alarm clock
  • Compact and portable
  • Spring 2010 release date

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Pros
  • 3

    can set two separate simultaneous timers

  • 2

    small footprint fits into small spaces

  • 2

    speakers are built in, no separate units to take up space

  • 2

    iPhone remains usable when docked

  • 2

    clock and timer are easy to read from across the room

  • 1

    remote is small and gives full control of the iPod

  • 1

    Really good sound for the price and size.

Cons
  • 1

    Remote's signal is horrible, must point directly at the radio.

  • 1

    No AM/FM presets

  • 0

    AUX port is picky about cables, need to experiment to find one that doesn't put lots of static in the signal

  • 0

    too bright to be used as an alarm clock, no dimmer for the clock display

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