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Logitech today unveiled a pair of iPod-oriented speaker sets it plans to punt at consumers this coming Christmas. Both sets will be offered under the AudioStation brand and support a wide array of dockable Apple music players.

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The AudioStation Express is a portable product - it runs on AA batteries or off the mains - and there's a 3.5mm-jack socket so iPod-less users can still hook up alternative music players or other audio sources. The Express sports a pair of 6.cm front-mounted speakers and a side-mounted bass port. The unit's kitted out in white with black audio ports and grilles, all the better to match both black iPods and white ones.

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The standard AudioStation is all black and equipped with backlit, touch-sensitive controls for full control of the set's tone and its 3d sound mode. On the audio front, it includes a pair of 2.5cm tweeters and two 10cm woofers. the whole unit's 40.6 x 18.4 x 10.6cm and includes an AM/FM tuner with RDS station identity technology.

Both AudioStations are set to go on sale in October and ship with remote controls. The Express will retail for around £80, while it sibling will cost £200. ®

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