Sized smaller than the Bose SoundDock, Altec Lansing is branding the iM5 as more of a portable solution. The iM5 can run off of either battery or AC power and comes with a carrying bag that allows you to take the unit on the road with you. The iM5 also has a shock-resistant frame that is supposed to withstand bumps for on-the-go use. According to Altec Lansing, the iM5 features four full-range micro drivers powered by an efficient Class D amplifier that is supposed to give off a full-bodied sound and rich bass. Other features include video connectivity for your iPod photo that lets you show off your pictures on a television by directly connecting the iM5. The inMotion iM5 Mobile Audio Dock is available now at retailers and www.alteclansing.com and will have an MSRP of $149.95.
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