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[Affiliates News] Eagle Arion ET-AR402IR-BK 2.1 iDock
Posted by newsbot on July 24th 2009



When it comes to Apple iPod and iPhone accessories, there iscertainly no lack of such in the market today. And there's a very good reasonwhy:Considering the iPod occupies the major market share in digital mediaplayers, and the iPhone carrying on the momentum of success of its iPodcousins -- the once proprietary connector that resides at the bottom of everyportable Apple product has interestingly become a commonplace standard formany consumer households. As a technology enthusiast myself, I don'tnecessarily adhere to a certain brand loyalty belief as much as upholding thevirtues of capitalism in buying the best product for my money. This isdirectly juxtaposed with companies building a strong brand loyalty withstrategic marketing that sells products for an otherwise uncompetitive price.You should know who I am talking about by now haha. Regardless of my views onApple as a company, when it comes to picking up a new smartphone, there's noexcuse for me to admit that the new generations of Apple's iPhone isundeniably the best for my personal needs -- combined with excellentindustrial design, wide application compatibility (Plus jailbreaking unlocksfurther limitless possibilities), excellent user interface (Again,jailbreaking and slapping on Winterboard unlocks excellent customizability),and equally as excellent media player, it captures my enthusiast heart otherthan the $$$ dumped for a factory unlocked version. Then it comes the timefor iPod/iPhone accessories. Just like its abundance of compatibleapplications for every purpose, I am just learning to reap the benefits ofowning a paradox-sounding 'proprietary standard' device with a wide selectionof accessories for every purpose. When Eagle Tech contacted me to take a lookat their new line of speakers in which they advertise in the area of awesomein performance and great prices, it didn't take me more than a moment to

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