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Altec Lansing M202 Octiv Duo iPod Speaker Dock

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Altec Lansing introduced the new Octiv Duo (M202) dual docking and charging speaker system and free Music Mix App to give multiple device households a way to play and charge their iPod and iPhones simultaneously.

Couples, roommates and families can now enjoy crystal clear sound while charging and sharing playlists from two devices at once. Charge a third device through the built-in USB port and expand the musical player options with the aux-in. With a low profile compact wedge design, the Octiv Duo is perfect for limited spaces such as corners in the kitchen or on the nightstand. The included full-featured remote allows easy playlist access and control from across the room.

Altec Lansing M202 Octiv Duo Back and Remote

The free Music Mix app shuffles songs from both players and allows users to easily set the percentage of music played from each iPhone or iPod while docked. Also included is the free Altec Lansing Alarm Rock app, which turns the Octiv Duo into a fully functioning alarm clock, making it the ultimate multi-tasking device. Users can choose to wake up or sleep to their favorite audio files and songs, while enjoying a fully customizable interface to match every style. Once docked, users are given the option to download these free apps directly from the Apple Store.

Key Features

  • Compatible with all iPhone and iPod models — Certified to work with iPhone 4
  • Compact Wedge Design — Fits neatly in tight spaces
  • Full-featured remote
  • Built-in USB Port — Charge a third device
  • Aux-in — Add an additional music player
  • Listen without interference — Shielded for mobile phones

Pricing and Availability
The Altec Lansing Octiv Duo M202 will be available in October 2010 for $99.95.

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