July 15, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
Zune users need not be jealous of the endless amount of tabletop systems available to the iPod crowd. iHome, makers of numerous said radios, has just announced the ZN9 for Zuners everywhere.
The unit is the first clock radio designed to dock and play Microsoft’s portable Zune player. It includes a dual alarm, a radio, a backlit LCD, and something called a “7-5-2 feature,” which allows for separate weekday and weekend alarm times.
OK—maybe you have no use for a weekend alarm. However, the unit is also a nice spot to keep your Zune when you aren’t on the go.
“With its iconic design and an array of attractive features, the ZN9 allows consumers to enjoy big sound in small spaces,” said Evan Stein, iHome’s VP of marketing. “We intend to apply the same creative sound and design expertise that has made iHome the market leader in its category to our growing line of Zune sound solutions.”
The ZN9 is available now for $99.99.
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