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Tuesday, 26 June 2007 16:32

Point of View makes Ipod accessories

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Made for iPod - Bayport 3 and 4

 


Point of View, the company that we know by making Nvidia based Graphics cards recently became an "Made for Ipod" license partner. In its PR, Point of View announced that it will launch numerous accessories for Ipod. The first two of these products are Bayport 3 and Bayport 4.

Bayport is a built-in speakers docking station for Ipod. They come with four 1" neodymium drivers for crystal clear sound. As a docking station Bayport's feature auto-charging function and AUX input, S-Video output. Both docking stations come with fully functional remote control that will allow easy playback and song selection from the comfort of your "rocking chair".

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The Bayport 4 comes with additional pre-amp subwoofer output. As for the compatibility, both stations are compatible with all versions of the Ipod by selecting the appropriate holders.

 

 

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