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Review: iHome iW2 AirPlay speaker

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.
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