Under the Tree with SDi
November 27, 2012,
The iHM62 Rechargeable Color Changing Mini Speakers
The end-of-year holidays are a time to celebrate color, and SDi has done just that with merchandise items that accessorize some of the most popular consumer technology products.
Described by the company as "a functional piece of art," SDi's iP76 Color-Changing Tower Stereo Speaker System streams music from Bluetooth-enabled devices. It also charges docked iPhones and iPods, and sends video content from one of these devices to a television by way of its built-in video outputs.
Also geared around color are SDi's iHM62 Rechargeable Color Changing Mini Speakers. Priced to retail at $49.99, these mini-speakers offer what SDi called "size-defying sound" with color-changing LED lights. They are geared toward laptops, cell phones, iPads, iPhones, iPods and other MP3 players.
Some other items SDi is positioning for holiday sales include the iC16 Portable Alarm Clock Stereo Speaker, a stereo alarm clock that charges and plays Android smart phones. The company is also offering Disney-themed products in its iHome line, which include headphones, portable speaker systems and alarm-clock docks.
For more retro shoppers, SDi has launched the iP4 Portable FM Stereo Boombox for iPhone/iPod. This is a "reimagining" of the classic boombox, SDi said, which serves as a dock for the iPhone or iPod, and features SRS TruBass digital signal processing technology.
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