Altec Lansing announces three new products for CES

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Altec Lansing announced three new products today – a docking station, a new set of computer speakers, and a set of headphones. While not exactly earth shattering, they do look to be some decent sounding products.

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First off, we’ve got yet another iPod dock. It’s small, compact, and folds down into the size of a book for easy transport. Available February 2010, MSRP is $79.95.

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Next, the Octane Plus speaker system. It’s a 2.1 set and the latest of Altec Lansing’s offering to computer users. Combining tuned, down-firing 3 inch mid-range and 1 inch micro-drivers with a powerful sub-woofer, the Octane Plus will be available this spring for an MSRP of $79.95

Finally, we have the MUZX DNA headphones. Coming in three different styles themselves, the MUZX line is designed for different users in different designs. The MUZX Mesh is specifically for heavy music listeners that need something for the long term wear. The MUZX XX combines soft colors and smooth lines for the ladies, and the MUZX XY are like wearing rocks in your ears in a manly fashion. Well, maybe not quite that brutal, but they are intended for the “more active users” whatever that means. All of the MUZX line will sell for $19.99, and be available this March.

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