1-Day Hot Deal: Kicker Dock for Zune for $98
Vann's has a one-day deal on this speaker dock designed for the Microsoft Zune.
September 19, 2011 by Rachel Cericola

If you’re one of the people still clinging to Microsoft’s Zune, we’ve got a little reward for your loyalty.

For today only, Vann’s has the Kicker Dock for Zune priced at $98.88. The product has a list price of $229.88, making this a very nice price. However, the deal ends today, so you need to start clicking. Of course, you also need to have a Zune. Hello? Anyone out there?

The Kicker ZK500 features 4-inch woofers, two 0.5-inch tweeters and a 4.5-by-4.5-inch passive subwoofer. It also has a little cradle to hold your precious portable. Supposedly, it works will all models of Zune, but also has hookup options for anyone with an iPod, iPhone or any other type of portable. It even has AV outputs so you can hook the system up to a TV or receiver.

Besides the ZK500 box, this package also includes a remote for easy control from across the room. If you don’t think you’ve invested enough in this Zune thing already, the ZK500 also has an optional battery and road charger.

For under $100, you may want to swipe one of these and stash it for the Zune lover on your holiday gift list. Just make sure you do it quickly; Vann’s says that this offer is only good through today, September 19, 2011.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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