It's not just mobile phones being unveiled at this year's World Mobile Conference, sound specialist Altec Lansing has revealed its new inMotion MAX premium digital audio docking speaker.
Billed as a "sleek, truly portable all-in-one speaker system for iPhone and iPod users", the dock uses proprietary ESS technology to knock out your tunes.
Combine this with XdB bass-enhancement and twin precision-matched and full spectrum speakers, and you should be able to sqeeze a fair bit of sound out of the portable speaker set.
The dock is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, which negates the need for wires, with each charge lasting aroung 3.5 hours.
All this comes at the fairly reasonable price of £149.99.
For those who prefer to keep their music-listening that little bit more private, Altec Lansing has also announced the launch of its Backbeat Series Stereo Bluetooth headphone and headset.
The cans are said to reproduce full-spectrum stereo sound and call support for most music-enabled mobile phones.
Fitted with BassBoost technology, the BackBeat 903 headphone and 906 headset cater well to low-frequency sounds – Drum'n'Bass friendly then – and they also make for a decent hands-free mobile phone kit as well.
Available now, the BackBeat 903 retails for £69.99 and the BackBeat 906 for £89.99.
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