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iHome's iH5 iPod alarm clock has found its way into many a posh hotel room, but today the company launched a portable version for folk who want clock, dock and speaker set they can take with them. The iH26's speakers fold down for easy transportation - iHome's bundling a case, along with an international power adaptor. The unit ships with a remote control and has a large-format display of its own. Open it up, slot in an iPod - including the new 2G Shuffle and tell it when you want to wake up. The iH26 costs £70. ®

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