|Product Name||Ihome Ip29 Portable Speaker Case For Ipod And Iphone (Purple)|
|Category||Electronics / Photography|
|Short Description||Height:4 inches / Length:10 inches / Weight:2.4 pounds / Width:9 inches|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B002KY1HQA|
|Price New||59.95 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||33.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||SDI IP29 Portable Stereo Speaker Case for iPod. Share your music anywhere. Charges and plays docking iPod models. Operates on included Universal Voltage AC adptor or 4 AA batteries (not included) for portable play. Tough splash-resistant zippered speaker case. Aux/MP3 line-in jack. Advanced speaker technology for great sound. iPhone Compatibility. PURPLE Hanging out at school, traveling for work, or vacationing by the beach or pool, the iP29 is a great way to listen to you iPhone / iPod music loud and in style. Housed in a trendy fabric wrapped protective shell, you can enjoy listening to your iPhone / iPod while it's charging!DockingUniversal dock to charge and play iPhone or iPod while docked Enjoy your music while keeping your iPhone or iPod fully chargedPowerOperates on 4 AA batteries or included switching power supply Play music anywhere in battery mode, or play and charge your iPhone or Pod using the AC adaptorAdditionalAux-in jack Listen to aux audio sources (e.g., computer, CD player) Protective zippered case Splash proof material and heavy duty zipper to protect against weather|
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