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KEF Launches PicoForte for iPod
The British manufacturer is putting all of its speaker power into a tiny desktop docking station.
Each of the PicoForte systems is available in high-gloss black or white and comes with a remote.
September 18, 2007 by Rachel Cericola

PicoForte isn’t Tito Puente‘s backup band. However, it can rock out your Tito of choice—as long as you have them loaded to your iPod.

PicoForte is a new line of iPod speaker docks from KEF. So far there’s a PicoForte 1 and a PicoForte 3. Both are neat little desktop devices designed to work with all iPods and even other MP3 players. Each one has a docking station, an amp module, and KEF speaker goodness, which is a proven winner in our book.

The PicoForte 1 has KEF’s KHT1005.2 speakers; the PicoForte 3 has the KHT3005, which is a bit more money. Other features include KEF’s Uni-Q “sit-anywhere” technology, and the hookup for an optional subwoofer or video display.

Neither one is cheap at $349.99 and $599.99, but neither is our love for all things Tito.

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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

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