New High-End iPod Dock/Radio from Cue
These days one has no shortage of things in which to set his iPod. There's a keyboard dock, an old guitar, a faux-turntable, even a toilet paper roll (we wish we were kidding about that last one). At this year's Consumer Electronics Show, which opens next week, new entrant to the electronics market Cue Accoustics will debut yet another thing to set your iPods into -- a much more stylish and practical choice than the above options.
It's called the Cue Radio and is a simple yet sophisticated looking device. On top is the ubiquitous iPod universal dock for cradling your favorite gadget. Inside is an AM/FM tuner, so the thing will still pump out some tunes even when said dock is empty. With only three dials the thing is a cinch, and though it appears to only have one speaker, it's intended to be the "best table radio in its class."
That potentially puts it up against some stiff competition from the likes of B&W, Bose, and Cambridge Soundworks, but just which class it falls within depends on the price, something we'll have to wait until next week to find out.
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