1980s, meet 2004: DLO (Digital Lifestyle Outfitters)
is shipping their new iBoom iPod boombox. What makes it cool is that it
runs on D batteries or plugs in, so it's a true portable solution,
without having to bother with those annoyingly unreliable FM radio
transmitters. Bonus: built-in FM radio with digital tuning and preset
buttons. Looks great, brilliant idea — now CDM just wants to know how
it sounds. It's not hugely powerful, 20W per channel, but it could be
just the thing for playing at parties by the pool; stay tuned for a

Compatibility: All iPods and iPod minis, but not iPod photo (lucky bastards)
Cost: $149 list, available now online from everythingipod

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