CES 2011: iPad speaker lineup from iHome

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iHome has announced an entirely new line of iPad audio solutions that “… emphasize the company’s hallmark design, quality and sound.” Ranging from speakers and speaker phones to cases and stands, the new products will focus on the iPad’s portability, and will be on display at CES 2011, taking place this week in Las Vegas.

iHome is displaying the following iPad audio solutions in its booth located in the North Hall, #N245:

iDM12 Rechargeable Portable Bluetooth Speaker System for iPad/iPhone/iPod – A micro sound bar for the media watcher on the go, the iDM12’s protective magnetic casing easily detaches to serve as a stand for either portrait or landscape orientation.


Need to leave the room but don’t want the music to stop? Bring it with you and stream the tunes via the Bluetooth connection.

iDM15 Rechargeable Portable Stereo Bluetooth Speakers with Speakerphone – A 2011 CES Innovations Honoree, the iDM15 provides all the power you need in the palm of your hand and on the go. Big features and big sound are packed into two little speakers, all wrapped up in a handy protective travel case that transforms into an iPad, iPhone, or netbook stand when speakers are in use.


These mini-speakers are equipped with the latest in Bluetooth technology, giving owners wireless connectivity for audio streaming and speakerphone capability from any Bluetooth enabled device.

iDM70 Protective ‘Sound Sleeve’ Case and Stand for iPad with Built-in Rechargeable Stereo Speakers – A premium iPad case, protective silicone sleeve and six-position stand at its core, the iDM70 doesn’t rest on protection and looks alone.


With built-in rechargeable flat NXT™ stereo speakers, users can pump up the volume wherever they go, while maintaining a low profile and eliminating the need to carry any additional hardware.

iHome’s new iPad audio solutions—as well as new products such as iD9, iD28 and iD85—will be available later this year. For further information, visit

See Appletell’s full CES 2011 coverage.

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