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Creative TravelSound i80 speaker for iPod nano
The TravelSound for iPod nano features a rechargeable battery so you can charge it through your USB connection for up to 15 hours of playback - enough to enjoy your music for a full day at the beach. Connecting via USB to your Mac or PC also syncs the iPod to iTunes for easy management of playlists and transferring of video and photos.
iPod nano speaker portable
"This Creative TravelSound is the first iPod nano speaker that's actually as portable as the iPod itself. You can take it anywhere you would take your iPod, so you can share your music and videos without having to share your earphones," said Marc Lee, marketing manager at Creative. "Plus, the sleek design of the TravelSound complements the look of the iPod nano, so the speaker looks as good as it sounds."
Creative speaker stand to tilt the speaker
The TravelSound for iPod nano comes with a speaker stand that enables the speaker to tilt at an optimal angle for viewing of photos and videos on the iPod, and a convenient USB wall charger to charge the speaker and docked iPod.
Price of Creative portable speaker for iPod Nano
The TravelSound for iPod nano is now available for US$79.99 at Creative, Amazon, Apple stores, Buy, B&H Photo, Fry's Electronics, J&R, Newegg, and Walmart.
Creative TravelSound i50 speaker for iPod shuffle
Creative is also offering a TravelSound speaker for the iPod shuffle. Play your latest iTunes playlist or workout mix with impressive high-quality sound powered by four microdrivers. The built-in rechargeable battery provides playback for up to 15 hours. The TravelSound for iPod shuffle is now available for US$59.99 at Creative, Amazon and Apple stores.
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