I attend the Consumer Electronics Show every year, and every year I talk with vendors who have a love/hate relationship with AirPlay technology. They like the idea of wirelessly beaming music to a speaker system from any device that runs iTunes (including iPhones, iPads and both Mac and PC computers) but hate the expensive license fees that Apple charges for the technology license.
iHome’s new AirPlay speaker iW2 ($200) thus faces two serious challengers directly out of the gate: its older brother, and Philips’ Fidelio SoundAvia, another good model that recently saw its own MSRP drop from $230 to $200. But iW2... Read Post
AirPlay has quickly become of the more convenient methods of accessing and sharing your music throughout your home, so it's appropriate that iHome continues to feature the technology in their line of wireless speakers. The latest is... Read Post
iHome’s new iW2 ($200) is an AirPlay-enabled speaker that allows you to send audio from any iOS (4.2 and up) device right to it with the click of a button. It has finally untethered me from my white-wired earbuds, and transformed my... Read Post