December 17, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
Looks like we are getting more love from iLuv. These people sure know how to crank out products. This time, they are pumping out the i9500, a slick looking hi-fi system that clings to your wall like a spider monkey.
It’s a lot less messy, though, and provides a spot for your CDs, radio, iPhone and iPod to come together in (and for) musical harmony. It looks nice, and even has an SD card slot and a USB port. Other features include timer features, 32 radio presets and programmable memory for 40 audio tracks.
One downer is that the system only cranks 2.1-channel audio. However, can the unit be that horrible? It did get a nod as one of a CES 2009 Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honoree.
It’s hard to comment, considering the company has yet to release a price. That info could be coming at CES. However, the iLuv i9500 will be available for purchase starting in May.
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